I was trying to capture the super moon on the next day, 15 Nov, as the day earlier was too cloudy and no moon was seen in the Singapore sky. And one of the shots that I took came out like this, with a mysterious planet beside the moon. My first thought is that it must be due to some reflection of sort. And I still think it is some optical distortion. I would not want to believe that this is really another planet in the sky.
If this is indeed another planet, it appears to be in front of the moon as it was very dark and did caught a little light from the moon. But it is impossible for a planet to be between the moon and earth.
So, could this planet be very far away behind the moon and not reflecting much light from the sun.
The top image has been brightened quite a lot to be able to see this dark planet. The original pic below with a bright moon shows a very dark sky and the planet could hardly be seen. I only saw a faint image through the backlight of my camera screen.
I brighten up the pic through digital processing and the planet came out quite clearly with a part being hidden by the roof of a flat.
What is this? Planet X, Nibiru or another planet in our solar system, Venus, Mercury?
I am still puzzled. Perhaps it is just what it is, a reflection from some where.
There is also another lighted object below the moon, at about 5.30 position.