An eclipse of the Moons means the blocking of the Moon's light so that the Moon is dark (totally or partially) at the time we are supposed to be able to see it bright.
An eclipse of the Moon occurs when the moon moves into the earth's shadow in space. It moves first into a region of partial darkness, called teh penumbra, then into a region of almost complete darkness, called teh umbra. Teh Moon may remain in eclipse for up to about two and half hours. During a lunar eclipse the Moon often takes on a faint glow. This is caused by the sunlight reaching it after having been bent by the earth's atmosphere.
An eclipse of the Sun occurs when the New Moon moves in front of the Sun and is blotted out. In an annular eclipse the Moon does not quite mask teh sun, leaving a ring (annulus) of light. In a total eclipse the moon masks the sun completely. A shadow, up t 250 km wide, travels rapidly over the Earth's surface. totally time (of total eclipse0 lasts only up to about seven and a half minutes.
1. Why does an eclipse of teh Moon occur?
a. because in the orbit the moon is located in the earth's shadow
b. because the moon is located between teh sun and the earth
c. because the sun is located between the moon and the earth
d. because the sun is blocking the moon's lilght
e. because the moon is located in the Sun's shadow
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2. The purpose of the text is:
a. to describe eclipse
b. to give readers the info of eclipse
c. to tell about the eclipse
d. to explain the process of eclipse
e. to retell natural events for the purpose of informing or entertaining
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