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Lunar eclipse

Contributed by Payson Wick


Contributed by Payson Wick

Our eyes play tricks on our brains. Have you ever noticed the moon's size? How it is bigger on some days than others? Well it is all an illusion because it never really does. This video shows you why

Contributed by Aby Rodriguez

The cycles of the moon are not caused by the Earth's shadow. Rather, they are caused by our perspective. Half of the moon is always dark and half is always light due to it's relation to the sun. It is our view that determines how much of the lighted half we will see.

Contributed by 'David Hrostoski