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  • victoria l outerbridge

    The moon's orbital plane (gray circle) is inclined at 5o to the ecliptic - Earth's orbital plane (yellow circle). When a new moon closely a...

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    Total lunar eclipse for the Americas on night of April 14-15 | Tonight | EarthSky

  • Belle Sands

    The yellow circle shows the sun's apparent yearly path (the ecliptic) in front of the constellations of the Zodiac. The gray circle displays the monthly path of the moon in front of the zodiacal constellations. If a new moon or full moon aligns closely with one of the moon's nodes, then an eclipse is in the works.

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The moon passes through the Earth's shadow from west to east. The yellow line represents the ecliptic- Earth's orbital plane projected onto the dome of sky. The moon crosses the ecliptic at the moon's ascending node, going from south to north.

The moon passes through Earth's very light penumbral shadow before and after its journey across the dark umbral shadow

Total lunar eclipse for the Americas on night of April 14-15 | Tonight | EarthSky

Total lunar eclipse for the Americas on night of April 14-15 | Tonight | EarthSky ~~ The first "Blood Moon" this year!

How could you not believe in the Creator?

"The Golden Crescent" ~ Photography by Luis Argerich

Jupiter and Io. "The image shows a major eruption in progress on Io's night side, at the northern volcano Tvashtar. Incandescent lava glows red beneath a high volcanic plume, whose uppermost portions are illuminated by sunlight. The plume appears blue due to scattering of light by small particles in the plume."

During a total lunar eclipse, the moon passes through the outer part of Earth's shadow, called the penumbra, and then into the dark umbra. When fully immersed in the umbra, the moon is in total eclipse or in totality. (Credit: Sagredo) Mona Evans, "Blood Moons and Lunar Tetrads" www.bellaonline.c...

International Space Station silhouetted against the moon