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Frequently Asked Questions About Lunar Eclipses

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 A lunar eclipse can be seen from any place on Earth where night1 occurs at the same time as the eclipse. For this reason, and in contrast with solar eclipses, a lunar eclipse can be seen from over half of the Earth surface.

1_ What is really important is that the Moon should be over the horintzont. Moon eclipses can only happen with Full Moon, then to say that should be night or that the Moon should be ober the horizont is equivalent. Full Moon always rise with the sunset.

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When were the past Moon eclipses visible from Spain?

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  • 28 September 2015: Total eclipse visible in all phases. Live-Broadcasted by ServiAstro. Check the images.
  • 15 June 2011: Total eclipse. The Moon rose completely eclipsed.
  • 21 December 2010 : Total eclipse visible from Spain up to the beginning of the totality.
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  • 3 March 2007 : Total eclipse, enterely visible. Live-Broadcasted by ServiAstro. Check the images.

When will next eclipses take place?

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