I just found out information about interesting
occultation: the Moon in last quarter,
will be cover Pleiades by its bright half, and uncover these stars
by its dark half!
This occultation will be best visible in Asia, but
difficult to observing in Europe, because the Moon will be very low
above horizon. Tommorow The Moon rising at 10:01pm LMT (during
occultation), and this phenomenon will be ends at about 1:00 am (on
Sunday), when The Moon will be only 14°-16° above horizon...
P.S. I sending descripcions of Pleiades' stars from
my site, and below is the animation of this occultation, which I found
in a polish Astronomical WWW:
Evo kako će čitav taj slučaj proteći sa naših geografskih širina: