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When Earth moves into the moon's shadow, the result is a ??? eclipse.

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  1. Aperogalics
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    http://img.tfd.com/hm/JPG/A4eclips.jpg yup:)

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    i know what happens but what type of eclipse is it?

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    Solar eclipses definetly:) do u want more detailed description?????:)

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    yes please :)

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    Solar eclipses only happen at New Moon, when the Moon moves between Earth and Sun and the three celestial bodies form a straight line: Earth - Moon - Sun. types of solar eclipses:- TSE:-A total solar eclipse occurs when the moon completely covers the sun, as seen from Earth PSE:-Partial solar eclipses can be observed when only the lunar penumbra (the partially shaded outer region of the shadow cast by an object) touches the Earth. Annular eclipses:- occur when the Moon appears smaller than the Sun as it passes centrally across the solar disk and a bright ring, or annulus, of sunlight remains visible during the eclipse. “Hybrid” eclipses:- are a rare form of solar eclipse, which changes from an annular to a total solar eclipse along its path. Types of lunar eclipses Lunar eclipses only happen at Full Moon, when the Earth moves between Moon and Sun, and the three celestial bodies form a straight line: Moon - Earth - Sun. Total lunar eclipses occur when the Earth's umbra obscures all of the Moon's visible surface. Partial lunar eclipses can be observed when only part of the Moon's visible surface is obscured by the Earth’s umbra. Penumbral lunar eclipses happen when the Moon travels through the faint penumbral portion of the Earth’s shadow. anything more?????:)

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    thank you, your the best i think thats it :)

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    then just give me a medal.....lol:)

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