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    Nicknamed blood moon, some ancient cultures regarded a total lunar eclipse as an ominous event. Today, this celestial phenomenon generates excitement and wonder. Unlike a solar eclipse, which may require travel to see, total lunar eclipses can often be observed from the entire nighttime-half of the Earth. Learn what causes a lunar eclipse and how it gains its crimson coloring.
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  • Solar Eclipse 101 | National Geographic

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    A total solar eclipse happens somewhere on Earth once every year or two. What is an eclipse? Learn more about how solar eclipses happen, the four types of eclipses, and how to view the sun safely if you're within the path of totality.
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  • This Guy Explains Why the Solar Eclipse Will Blow Your Mind | Short Film Showcase

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    On August 21st, 2017, millions of people in the United States will watch as the sun, moon, and earth align for a rare and extraordinary event—a total solar eclipse.
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    Only lasting a few short minutes, the moon will plunge the Earth into the darkness of its shadow as it passes in front of the sun. This short film by Wylie Overstreet and Alex Gorosh explains what happens during a total solar eclipse and why you won't want to miss it.

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  • Lunar Eclipse | The Dr. Binocs Show | Educational Videos For Kids

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    Learn about Lunar Eclipse with Dr. Binocs.

    Hey kids, have you ever heard about an eclipse? Wanna know about Lunar Eclipse in detail? Join Dr. Binocs as he tells you more about the Lunar Eclipse.

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  • Moon 101 | National Geographic

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    What is the moon made of, and how did it form? Learn about the moon's violent origins, how its phases shaped the earliest calendars, and how humans first explored Earth's only natural satellite half a century ago.
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  • Solar Eclipse | The Dr. Binocs Show | Educational Videos For Kids

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    Learn about Solar Eclipse with Dr. Binocs.

    Hey kids, have you ever heard about an eclipse? Do you know where the sun hides during an eclipse and what is it called? Join Dr. Binocs as he tells you more about the Solar Eclipse.

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  • Watch the Total Solar Eclipse | National Geographic

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    We're bringing you total solar eclipse coverage #LiveFrom coast to coast. Join us on 8/21 to hear from experts around the country, see stunning photos—including your own—and be among THE FIRST to see the eclipse. Post your questions for our experts below and we may ask them live!
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  • ¿Cómo se forma un ECLIPSE SOLAR? ¿Qué tipos de ECLIPSE hay? | National Geographic en Español

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    Un eclipse solar ocurre cuando la luna nueva se desplaza entre la tierra y el sol, bloqueando parte a todos los rayos del sol, impidiendo que lleguen a la tierra.

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  • Solar Eclipse and Lunar Eclipse

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    A Solar Eclipse or a Lunar Eclipse happen when the Sun, Earth, Moon, and the lunar nodes line up. This happens twice a year in what is known as an eclipse season. Thanks for watching!

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  • Lunar Eclipse 101 | National Geographic 2018

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    Total Lunar Eclipse is regarded as Blood Moon in ancient days.
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    Unlike a solar eclipse, which may require travel to see, total lunar eclipses can often be observed from the entire nighttime-half of the Earth.

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    చంద్ర గ్రహణం 5 FACTS
    1st Myth: Pregnant woman should not see or expose to rays of lunar eclipse?
    Fact: There is no scientific evidence to prove that watching lunar eclipse will cause disabilities of womb. Because disabled children were born even though their mothers did not see lunar eclipse that means there is no relation of formation of disabilities.
    2nd Myth: Should not eat anything during and six hours before or after lunar eclipse?
    Fact: There is no scientific evidence to prove that eating food or snacks have ill affects on body.
    3rd Myth: Some Birth star people are not allowed to see lunar eclipse because it will lead to misfortune?
    Fact: Fortune itself does not have scientific background. So there is no evidence that watching lunar eclipse will lead to misfortune.
    4th Myth: To remove that bad effect of lunar eclipse people should perform some special paid Pujas (Hinduism)?
    Fact: There is no need to perform special Pujas. Because in Indian mythology there is no evidence of performing special pujas by Lord Shriram in Ramayana or Lord Krishna in Mahabharata during their life spans.
    5th Myth: Watching lunar eclipse will cause some eye problems or diseases?
    Fact: It is absolutely no problem of watching lunar eclipse by naked eyes. Moon does not reflect any bad rays to earth.

  • Total Lunar Eclipse

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    Photographer Alan Dyer filmed a lunar eclipse from a vantage point in Alberta. He told Storyful that he shot the video of the eclipse “under perfectly clear skies at Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park, overlooking the Milk River in southern Alberta.”

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  • Explaining Lunar Eclipses and the SUPER BLOOD MOON!

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  • What Causes Solar And Lunar Eclipse?

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    A solar eclipse is among the most dramatic astronomical events around - just ask anyone who has seen one. For a fеw minutеѕ, a blасk diѕk ѕееmѕ tо move асrоѕѕ thе ѕun, аnd dауlight slowly givеѕ way to eerie darkness as the temperature falls. But thеn, as ԛuiсklу аѕ it came, thе dаrknеѕѕ lifts and the ѕun shines аgаin with itѕ usual strength. Look stunning right?

    Sоlаr есliрѕеѕ оссur whеn thе moon соmеѕ bеtwееn Earth аnd thе ѕun, blocking ѕunlight from оur hоѕt ѕtаr. And when that happens, people near the center of the moon’s shadow — (what’s called the umbra) — see a total solar eclipse, in which almost all of the sun’s light is blocked. People near the edges of the shadow, in a region called the penumbra, see a partial solar eclipse, meaning that the sun is only partly obscured.

    A related phenomenon - lunar eclipse occurs when Earth’s shadow falls on the surface of the moon. And because our planet’s shadow is much bigger than the moon’s, lunar eclipses occur more frequently than solar eclipses — usually two times a year.

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    This is a very exciting time. We have a Lunar Eclipse during this Super Flower Full Moon.

    Not only that, but it is also the kick start for 3 more eclipses this year, two of them are solar eclipses, and there is another lunar eclipse.

    Not all of them are total eclipses, and depending on where you live, you might not be able to observe them all, but you will feel the energy nevertheless.

    I will tell you more about it all when the time comes.

    But today, we are talking about the Lunar Eclipse on May 26, 2021.

    In the early morning hours of May 26, depending on your location, you might be able to watch the total eclipse or at least part of it.

    It will start at 4:47 am Eastern Time, and end at 5:46 am Eastern Time.

    There are plenty of articles explaining the technicalities, but we are focussing on the spiritual influence and the message the universe is sending us with the Lunar Eclipse.

  • Q&A with Experts About the Upcoming Total Solar Eclipse | National Geographic

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    Watch as astrophysicist Jedidah Isler and photographer Babak Tafreshi talk about the science behind the upcoming total solar eclipse.
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  • NASA | Lunar Eclipse Essentials

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    When the moon passes through the Earth's shadow, it causes the moon to look very unusual for a short period of time. This event is called a lunar eclipse, and it occurs roughly twice a year. There's one viewable to folks outside of North America on June 15, so sit back and learn more about how lunar eclipses work in this video!

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  • What Causes a Super Harvest Blood Moon? | National Geographic

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    On Sunday, September 27, a rare super harvest blood moon will be visible in the Americas, Europe, and Africa. The unique lunar phenomenon happens when a set of three events converge at the right time. Find out what's going to happen.
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  • Total Solar Eclipse

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    The total solar eclipse from Madras, Oregon on August 21, 2017. As the moon passed in front of the sun turning day to night and revealing the sun's corona, apparently all I could think to say was 'Oh my goodness!'

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    Everyone says not to photograph your first solar eclipse and I think they might be right. I was focused on getting the exposure right for Bailey's beads and the diamond ring, plus making sure to get the corona and solar flares. This was a bit stressful but I'm delighted with the results.

    This video originally included more info but since I'm uploading from Madras where the internet is sluggish, I cut out three minutes so the upload would happen before I had to leave for my flight.

    Special thanks also to Dr. Teagan Wall for sharing this experience with me and Raquel Nuno for inspiring me to come to Oregon.

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  • Eclipses for kids - What an eclipse is and how many types there are - Solar and Lunar Eclipse

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    Educational video for kids to learrn what an eclipse is and the two types of eclipses there are: solar and lunar eclipse. Additionally, in this video kids will find out all sorts of interesting facts about eclipses. This video is part of a larger collection of Science videos for kids, to learn Natural Science concepts in a fun way. Ideal resource for primary school.

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  • Lunar and Solar Eclipse Explained: A Beginner’s Guide to Eclipses

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    Solar and lunar eclipses are celestial phenomena that occur when the sun, moon and Earth align in a way that either the moon casts a shadow on Earth or the latter casts a shadow on the moon. So what are the similarities and differences between lunar and solar eclipse?

    Just as Earth moves around the sun in an elliptical orbit every year, our natural satellite—the moon—also revolves around the Earth. It takes about 27.322 days for the moon to complete one revolution around our planet. Due to all the inter-related motion happening between these three celestial bodies, several physical phenomena occur. When the new moon, during its revolution around the Earth, moves between the sun and the Earth, it blocks out the sun’s rays, which casts a shadow on parts of the planet. This is called an eclipse of the sun or a solar eclipse. In other words, a solar eclipse happens when the moon passes in a direct line between the sun and the Earth.

    Since the moon continuously revolves around the Earth, it’s only natural that it sometimes comes between the sun and the Earth, while at other times it goes BEHIND the Earth, so that the Earth comes between the moon and the sun. When the latter happens, we see a lunar eclipse.


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  • What Is A Lunar Eclipse?

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    Science expert Emerald Robinson explains what a lunar eclipse is and how it
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  • What is a Lunar Eclipse? Astronomy for Kids | Kids Science

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    Do you know what a Lunar Eclipse is? It's when the Earth's shadow falls on the Moon. But how does it happen? When does it happen? Why does it happen?
    Join our puppet friend Leonard - he'll talk to the Moon and the Sun and make them explain just what is really going on here.

    The beginning of the video is an explanation of a lunar eclipse for kids. You can skip ahead to see what a lunar eclipse looks like at 6:39.

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  • Types of Solar and Lunar Eclipses

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    In this video, I'd like to talk about the difference between a solar and lunar and discuss different types of eclipses. As the moon orbits the Earth its position changes and may block the sun.
    eclipse, when the shadow of one celestial body like the moon or the earth falls on another an eclipse, occurs.
    A solar eclipse happens when the moon comes between the earth and the sun and the shadow of the moon falls on part of the
    earth a lunar eclipse happens when the earth comes between the Sun and the moon
    and the shadow of Earth falls on the moon.
    I show a diagram of a partial solar eclipse, total solar eclipse, and an annular eclipse.
    In addition, I diagram the types of shadows, umbra, penumbra, and antumbra.
    Finally, I diagram the different types of Luna eclipses, penumbral, partial lunar eclipse, and a total lunar eclipse.

  • Eclipses and Movements of the Earth for kids - Solar and Lunar Eclipses - Rotation and Revolution

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    Educational video for chidlren to learn what an eclipse is and the types of eclipses that occur: solar eclipse and lunar eclipse. Children will also learn about these two movements of the Earth: rotation and revolution. Find out when a solar eclipse happens, how long the Earth takes to rotate on its axis, why there are four seasons and many more inetersting facts. This is a video compilation that belongs to a Science videos collection for children and it's an excellent resource for elementary education.

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  • Solar Eclipse and Lunar Eclipse - सूर्य ग्रहण और चंद्र ग्रहण

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    Solar Eclipse and Lunar Eclipse | जानिए सूर्य ग्रहण और चंद्र ग्रहण कैसे होता है? Surya Grahan aur Chandra Grahan in Hindi
    Through this video anyone can learn about solar eclipse and lunar eclipse, how solar eclipse and lunar eclipse occurs?, what is umbra and penumbra?
    This is very basic Science video that everyone can watch and get known about such astronomical activity. This video is in both Hindi and English language. For more videos and courses, visit

    Eclipse:
    Sometimes the Sun, the Earth, and the moon comes in a straight line. Such situation is termed as an eclipse. In this video we are going to discuss about Solar Eclipse and Lunar Eclipse.

    Solar Eclipse:
    On a special new moon day sun, earth and moon may come in straight line such that the shadow of moon falls on the earth. This is called solar eclipse. Clearly, on solar eclipse the moon comes between the sun and the earth. The shadow of moon consists of a darker part called umbra and the lighter part called penumbra. If the sun is not completely covered by moon then this is called partial solar eclipse. If we see the sun covered by the moon completely then this is called total solar eclipse.


    Lunar Eclipse:
    On a special full moon night, the sun, the earth and the moon comes in a straight line such that the shadow of earth falls on the moon. This is called lunar eclipse. Clearly, on lunar eclipse the earth comes between the sun and the moon. If the moon passes through the lighter part of the shadow i.e. penumbra then the eclipse is partial lunar eclipse. But if moon passes through the darker part of the shadow i.e. umbra then the eclipse is total lunar eclipse. During total lunar eclipse moon appears red. It is also called blood moon.

    Condition for occurrence of Eclipse
    The chances of earth, sun and moon to come in a straight line are rare. Because of which on a new moon day, the shadow of moon misses the earth and falls above or below it. Similarly on a full moon night the shadow of earth misses the moon and falls above or below it. This is a result eclipses does not occur on every new moon or full moon days.

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  • NASA | Understanding Lunar Eclipses

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    It's not often that we get a chance to see our planet's shadow, but a lunar eclipse gives us a fleeting glimpse. During these rare events, the full Moon rapidly darkens and then glows red as it enters the Earth's shadow. Though a lunar eclipse can be seen only at night, it's worth staying up to catch the show. The next lunar eclipse visible from the western hemisphere will take place in the early morning hours of April 15, 2014, from about 2:00 am - 5:30 am Eastern Daylight Time (EDT).

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    January 31 brings a lunar trifecta: the super blue blood Moon! Starting at 5:30 a.m. Eastern, NASA TV will offer a livestream of the Moon. This full moon is the third in a series of “supermoons,” when the Moon is closer to Earth in its orbit -- known as perigee -- and about 14 percent brighter than usual. It’s the second full moon of the month, commonly known as a “blue moon.” The super blue moon will pass through Earth’s shadow to give viewers in the right location a total lunar eclipse. While the Moon is in the Earth’s shadow it will take on a reddish tint, known as a “blood moon.” More:

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    Los Angeles witnessed the first total lunar eclipse of the decade on May 26, 2021. This video is condensed from over three hours of footage taken through a telescope at Griffith Observatory.

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    A view of the total lunar eclipse from Griffith Observatory starting at 2:45 a.m. PST. Nearly four hours of footage is compressed into 60 seconds with no time stretch until moonset. The moon set while it was still in eclipse.

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  • What is a Lunar Eclipse? - Geography for Kids | Educational Videos by Mocomi

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    When the Earth moves between the sun and the moon, therefore blocking the sun’s rays from striking the moon, it is called a lunar eclipse.

    This happens when the Sun, the Earth and the Moon are aligned closely with the Earth in the middle.

    During a lunar eclipse, the Earth’s shadow can be seen on the moon’s surface. From the shape of the shadow, you can tell that the Earth is round.

    A partial eclipse hides only a part of the moon while a total eclipse hides the moon entirely.

    The moon orbits around the Earth and the Earth circles around the sun. Every now and then, the Earth, the Sun and the Moon come in the middle. When this happens, the Earth’s shadow engulfs the moon.

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  • Total Lunar Eclipse: Live Stream from Southern Australia

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    The public is invited to join the Astronomical Society of South Australia to watch a Live Stream of the Total Lunar Eclipse on Wednesday 26 May 2021. The event is free of charge and is suitable for viewers of all ages regardless of their knowledge of the night sky.

    The live stream will feature real-time images of the eclipsed Moon over southern Australia using an array of advanced telescopes in the Greater Adelaide area and beyond. Southern Australia is well placed to view the entire eclipse.

    ASSA members will use some of the latest real-time telescope imaging technologies to ensure a unique and exciting experience for viewers. The evening will include short presentations about the Moon, interactive night sky experiences, and a panel of experts to answer your questions throughout the evening. Viewers can email questions ahead of the Lunar Eclipse event.

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  • Blood Moon to be combination of supermoon, total lunar eclipse, NASA says | FOX 5 DC

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  • 29th February 1504: Christopher Columbus uses a lunar eclipse to secure supplies while stranded

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    Columbus embarked on his fourth transatlantic voyage in May 1502 but, after sustaining significant damage in a series of storms, his fleet beached in St Ann’s Bay, Jamaica where they remained stranded for a year. The native peoples were initially welcoming to the Europeans and traded food and shelter in return for trinkets. However, as time went on, their hospitality began to wane. After some of Columbus’ crew mutinied and attacked the locals, food supplies were stopped and Columbus’ crew faced possible starvation.

    Desperate to save himself and his crew, Columbus devised a plan that would fool the natives into providing more supplies. After consulting an almanac of astronomical tables, he noticed that a lunar eclipse would occur in the near future. In a meeting with the local leader, Columbus said that his God was angry that the natives had stopped providing food and would show his displeasure by making the moon appear ‘inflamed with wrath’.

    Three nights later, on 29 February 1504, the moon turned dark red. According to Columbus’ son Ferdinand who had accompanied his father, the natives greeted the sight with ‘great howling and lamentation’ and soon returned ‘laden with provisions and beseeching the admiral to intercede with his god on their behalf’.

    Columbus retired to his cabin where he used an hourglass to time the eclipse, emerging shortly before the almanac’s predicted end of totality. Informing the natives that he had prayed to his god to forgive them, the moon soon reappeared. Columbus and his men remained well-supplied before being rescued at the end of June.

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    Following May’s lunar eclipse, Americans will have another reason to look up Thursday morning as the moon passes over the sun as it rises for an annular eclipse.

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