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Looking Up - One Student's View -

Lunar Eclipse:
Lunar eclipses take place when the moon lines up so that it enters the shadow of the earth. During totality, the moon appears red because the only light getting through to it is passing through Earth’s atmosphere which scatters the sunlight making it appear red, much like a sunset. These were all taken through an Orion Starseeker 150mm telescope and with an ASI183MC Color camera and a Canon Rebel T6.

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