Hi all. Last evening while I was looking at the moon with my 25x100's, I saw the 6th mag double star SAO 184540/184541 pass behind the southern edge of the moon at about 8:12pm MST. It flickered quite a bit before winking out. I'm thinking it really was a grazer with what I've read in the Observers Handbook 2013 on page 177, the map for August 16 to Sept. 30. I'm not sure I'm reading the book properly. If I was observing father south, it may have stayed visible the whole time. It reappeared against a very brightly lit moon around 8:17pm, plus or minus. If anyone can confirm that this really was a moon grazer to this beginner grazer gazer, please feel free to let me know. I was working on my 100 Lunar objects and saw this event. It was followed by the moon occulting the star WDS KUI 73 (5th mag) at about 8:36pm. Nice double in one evening. An F-16 from Luke AFB transited the moon at 9:18pm. The silhouette was very clearly seen against a bright moon. Thanks to anyone who can help, Kevin Kozel -- See message header for info on list archives or unsubscribing, and please send personal replies to the author, not the list.