I could point at the crescent moon (only 18 hours old) just twenty minutes after sunset.
First I thought the weather here might destroy all hopes to observe this setting young moon, but then it twinkled in the viewfinder of my camera.
There is also a lucky shot: not one plane passed the moon, no... another one also passed the celestial body... A really lucky shot.
The image data:
Canon EOS dSLR at a TEC-140 triplet apochromatic refractor f= 980 mm, f/7, 800 ISO speed
Canon EOS dSLR at a telephoto lens
f= 400 mm, f/10
t= 2.5 sec, 100 ISO speed
Location: Weikersheim in southern Germany.
22nd February 2012, 17:30 UT.