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14 Apr 2014 14:26

Does lunar eclipse have negative effect on man?

14 Apr 2014 14:30

A total lunar eclipse will be visible across much of North America early next week and if weather cooperates, New Jersey night owls should be able to see the moon be mostly covered in a blood-red glow.

The eclipse is expected to take place Monday night into Tuesday morning and is one of four that will occur on the globe over the next 18 months, known as a tetrad.

During a lunar eclipse, the Earth sits between the sun and the moon, blocking sunlight that typically lights its surface. Some light is refracted through the Earth’s atmosphere however, allowing it to take on an orange to red hue.

23 May 2014 12:17

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23 May 2014 12:18

Edited by Slaviks34 / 23 May 2014 12:18
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23 May 2014 12:19

Quote by Slaviks34
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23 May 2014 12:20

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