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What happens on the Moon during a lunar eclipse?
Today, solar eclipses are seen as a fascinating natural phenomenon. In the past, people saw them as something threatening, because the Sun is a source of light and heat which life on Earth depends on. There are also lunar eclipses. What actually happens on the Moon during such an event?
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