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Terran eclipse

20 Feb 2009, 01:47 UTC
Terran eclipse
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Lunar eclipses are a regularly occurrence, but the other way around, the Earth eclipsing the Sun as seen from the Moon, is much more rarer to witness. Like, the only time it has been witnessed by humans so far, at least by proxy, thanks to the Japanese spacecraft to the Moon, Kaguya, which gave [...]Lunar eclipses are a regularly occurrence, but the other way around, the Earth eclipsing the Sun as seen from the Moon, is much more rarer to witness. Like, the only time it has been witnessed by humans so far, at least by proxy, thanks to the Japanese spacecraft to the Moon, Kaguya, which gave us this video of the Sun emerging from behind the Earth after an eclipse:

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