Lunar Eclipse

A lunar eclipse is a phenomenon when the Moon in its movement falls into the Earth’s shadow.

At this moment, the Moon, Earth and Sun are on the same line, and the Earth blocks the Sun from the Moon. That is, a lunar eclipse always occurs on a full moon.

A lunar eclipse can be observed on half of the Earth’s territory – where the Moon is above the horizon at the time of the eclipse.

Australians were lucky to see the total lunar eclipse on 8 November 2022. @astronat__

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