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    Physics: lunar eclipse

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    During a lunar eclipse, the Moon is not completely dark, but it is often a deep red in color. Explain this in terms of refraction of all the sunsets and sunrises around the world.

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    During a lunar eclipse, the Moon is not completely dark, but it is often a deep red in color. Explain this in terms of refraction of all the sunsets and sunrises around the world.

    During a total lunar eclipse, the Moon can take on a range of colors from dark brown and red to bright orange ...

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    This solution helps explore the concept of lunar eclipse within the context of physics and light.

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