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Penumbral lunar eclipse: learn how to observe – Somag News

Next Monday (30), there will be a penumbral lunar eclipse. This means that the Moon will lose some of its brightness as it passes through

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Next Monday (30), there will be a penumbral lunar eclipse. This means that the Moon will lose some of its brightness as it passes through the outer shadow of planet Earth, which is projected by the Sun.
It is worth mentioning that it is important not to confuse this type of lunar eclipse with the total and the partial. In a total lunar eclipse, the Earth passes exactly between the Sun and the Moon, obstructing the sunlight; already in a partial eclipse, the Moon passes through part of the Earth’s…

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