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A Solar Eclipse on the Moon (artist's impression)
Out of this World

On Earth, solar eclipses happen when the Moon covers the Sun. On the Moon, the roles are reversed. It's Earth that covers the Sun. Viewers on Earth will see a lunar eclipse.


Image credits: Chinese Academy of Sciences / China National Space Administration / The Science and Application Center for Moon and Deepspace Exploration / Emily Lakdawalla of The Planetary Society / Stitched by Andrew Bodrov


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Copyright: Andrew Bodrov
Art: Spherical
Resolution: 15000x7500
Taken: 01/02/2016
Hochgeladen: 11/05/2017
Aktualisiert: 07/06/2017
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Tags: earth; moon; sun; solar eclipse; space; china national space administration; lunar exploration; out_of_this_world; out_of_this_world; out_of_this_world
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