This is the day after the full moon where the waning gibbous moon and the blazing planet Jupiter are the closest together for the month. A waxing gibbous moon appears high in the east at sunset. It’s more than half-lighted, but less than full. The word gibbous comes from a root word that means hump-backed.
I used the Canon 7D set at ISO3200 with the Canon 400mm plus a 1.4x extender. The exposure was f7.1 @ 1/125 sec. with mirror lock-up and self time shutter release at 10 sec. to keep the vibration to a minimum.