Lunar eclipse tonight: How it helps the search for extraterrestrial life – Christian Science Monitor


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Lunar eclipse tonight: How it helps the search for extraterrestrial life
Christian Science Monitor
The moon's ruddy color during the lunar eclipse tonight is caused by sunlight filtering through Earth's atmosphere. It's what astronomers look at when distant planets pass in front of their own stars. The full moon partly covered by clouds in Nairobi,
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