The first lunar eclipse of 2016 will take place on Tuesday, March 23. A lunar eclipse takes place when the Earth passes between the Moon and sun. If space were flat, we’d witness a lunar eclipse once a month, but we normally only see three to four lunar eclipses a year. This brilliant NASA video explains why.
Video courtesy of NASA
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