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  1. Apr 16,  · A lunar eclipse occurs whenever the Moon passes through some portion of the Earth's shadow. This can occur only when the Sun, Earth, and Moon are aligned exactly, or very closely so, with the Earth in the middle. Hence, the Moon is always full during a lunar eclipse.
  2. Mar 23,  · When the Moon is positioned between the Earth and the Sun, we are facing the dark side of the Moon (the side that isn't illuminated by the sun), so we have the new moon, we don't see it. When the Moon passes into the Earth's shadow, we have a lunar eclipse. This occurs during the full moon, when the Earth is between the Sun and the Moon.
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  4. 7. When the sun proceeds to the fourth gate, the moon goes forth for seven days, until it passes from the fifth gate. 8. Again it returns in seven days to the fourth gate, and completing all its light, declines, and passes on by the first gate in eight days; 9. And returns in seven days to the fourth gate, from which the sun goes forth.
  5. Sep 24,  · Flyers and playlists. Below you find the flyers and playlists of all episodes of Electronic Fusion so far. “Electronic Fusion” is solely dedicated to electronic music of various styles.
  6. Jul 03,  · If the moon is full, the Earth is new. If the moon is new, the Earth is full. If the moon is first quarter, the Earth is last quarter, and if the moon is a waxing crescent then the earth is a waning gibbous. Think of it as halfway around the cycle from whatever the moon looks like.
  7. 9. The passage of the new Moon directly between the Sun and Earth when the Moon’s shadow is cast upon the Earth. Faint ripples of light sometimes seen on flat, light coloured surfaces just before and after totality. The beginning of a solar eclipse when the edge of the Moon first passes across the disc of the Sun.
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