physics question #835



darren liew, a 14 year old male from Singapore asks on June 24, 2002,

Q:

How many times a year can you see the eclipse of the moon???

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the answer

Barry Shell answered on June 24, 2002, A:

A quick Internet search yielded the NASA eclipse website. The site details solar and lunar eclipses for the next few thousand years. This year (2002) there are 3 lunar eclipses. Next year there are two.

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