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Lunar eclipse. Time-lapse image of the Moon during a partial lunar eclipse. The stages of the eclipse are seen running left to right, from upper left to lower right. The Moon does not produce its own light but reflects that of the Sun. Eclipses occur when the Moon enters the shadow cast by the Earth. Lunar eclipses are visible from anywhere on Earth where the Moon is above the horizon. Photographed on the 9th December, 1973.
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