An occultation occurs when a planetary body is obscured from view by the moon. The occultation of Jupiter is what is known as a grazing occultation where it is barely hidden by the moon. What is special about this one is that at all times during the passing one or more of the moons is always in view.
Unfortunately the weather did not co-operate with us this time and the occultation occurred above a blanket of cloud in the UK which totally obscured our view. This simulation shows what we should have seen. The simulation was provided by the open source software Stellarium.