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Photos of the Recent Lunar Eclipse

I got these amazing photos of the recent total lunar eclipse from various websites. Lunar eclipse occurs when the earth lies between the sun and the moon, so earth's shadow darkens the moon. It can only happen when the moon is full. It is said that lunar eclipse occurs at least two times a year. The recent eclipse by the way was the first total lunar eclipse in almost three years. The next one will occur on August 28, 2007.

This photo was captured by Associated Press. A Lunar Eclipse is seen by the Big Ben in London, Saturday, March 3, 2007.

This is another photo by AP. Older Projection of a lunar eclipse is seen on the radome covering of the observatory in Bochum Sundern, western Germany, Saturday, March 3, 2007. Because of bad weather conditions visitors could not observe the entire shading of the moon at midnight.

This photo was taken by Reuters. The moon is pictured behind a sculpture of the Cathedrale of Lausanne during a lunar eclipse in Lausanne March 3, 2007.

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Monday, March 05, 2007
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