I didn’t want to start a new thread just for this, so since we’re already talking about astrophotography of a sort, check out the APOD for 9/29 if you haven’t already: An Airplane in Front of the Moon. What a lucky (or well-timed and planned) shot.
When the moon rises as far north of me as it can, I need to try and remember to get the camera out and get a plane crossing the moon’s face. I’ve thought about this a few times (happens that today would be the day, so I’ll remember tonight.) Technically, with as often as planes land at Sky Harbor, one of them should cross the face eventually. Their flight path in when the wind is from the west should make this doable.