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20 February, 03:35

During a total lunar eclipse, the Earth, Sun, and Moon are arranged in a line, and the Moon is completely dark.

In what order do the Earth, Sun, and Moon line up?

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  1. 20 February, 03:53
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    I honesty don’t know
  2. 20 February, 04:40
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    Lunar eclipses are governed by the same principle as solar eclipses: In this case however, the Earth 'slides itself' between the Moon and the Sun.
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