In the pre dawn morning of August 24th three bright stars in the constellation of Taurus will be occulted by the Moon.
The first is delta 1 Tau which will disappear behind the bright limb of the Moon at 3:42 BST. The graphic below shows the moment just before the star disappears (pointed to by the red arrow).
Before delta 1 Tau emerges from the dark lunar limb at 4:50 BST, Delta 2 Tau will disappear behind the Moons bright south eastern limb at 4:23 BST. It will reappear from the dark limb at 5:08 BST, but before then Delta 1 Tau (also called Hyadum II) will have emerged from behind the Moon’s dark limb.
And not long after that, Delta 3 Tau will be occulted by the Moon’s bright limb at 5:21BST.