We'll give you a clue: It was taken in full daylight with the use of a telescope on July 8th, 2013 at exactly 7:14 UTC.
The extremely thin arc that you see here is the tiny lunar crescent at the precise moment of the New Moon. In other words, it's the youngest possible crescent. The age of the Moon's cycle at this instant is exactly zero.
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