Correct Answer : Option (B) - Uranus
On Wednesday (14th Sept 2022), the moon will pass in front of Uranus in an event called a lunar occultation that will be visible from parts of Africa, Asia, and Europe.
The occultation will begin at 6:26 p.m. ET (2226 GMT) when Uranus — an ice giant planet located towards the outer edge of the solar system — begins to disappear behind the moon for about an hour. After this, the planet will emerge from behind the moon.
The occultation will be visible at around 12 degrees to 13 degrees above the eastern horizon in the U.K. (A fist at arm's length corresponds to roughly ten degrees in the sky.) Using a pair of binoculars or a small telescope, skywatchers will see Uranus gradually disappear behind the bright limb of the moon.