Science behind the blood moon
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Science behind the blood moon

A lunar eclipse, known as a blood moon because of its red glow, takes place around twice a year. But Friday night's will last longer than any in the 21st Century.

How do lunar eclipses take place and why don't they happen more often?

  • 27 Jul 2018
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