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arnold mammoth

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Transcript of LUNAR ECLIPSES!

Lunar Eclipses By Kiara Cross What Are Lunar Eclipses? Why Do Lunar Eclipses Happen? Bibliography How You Can Tell The Difference Between Lunar And Solar Eclipses? THE MAGICAL JOURNEY IS OVER! Lunar eclipses are when Earth's shadow falls on the moon.
Total eclipse: when entire moon enters Earth's umbra.
Partial eclipse: when only part of the moon enters Earth's umbra. The next lunar eclipse will occur on October 23, 2014.
A lunar eclipse can only occur in a full moon.
On average they occur every six months. Lunar eclipses happen because the sun and Earth line up straight.
The moon rotates on its axis and it rotates behind the Earth
The moon goes into its umbra which creates a lunar eclipse. Solar eclipse - is when the sun gets blocked by the moon
Lunar eclipse - is when the moon goes into Earth's shadow
Lunar eclipses are safe too look at and Solar eclipses are not, they can damage your retinas There is no effect on any part of the human body inside and out.
Whether or not the person is observing the eclipse.
Solar eclipses will damage your eyes if seen directly Enchanted Learning
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www.tanswers.comanswers BYE BYE How Often Do They Occur? Do Lunar Eclipses Have Any Noticeable Effect On Humans? :-D 5th Period
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