Lunar Eclipse Photos Show Earth's Shadow On Moon
Filipinos can expect another phenomenon Wednesday night – a penumbral eclipse of the Moon that will start shortly after 8 p.m. and end after midnight.
When the moon toe-dipped through part of Earth's shadow this week, the minor lunar eclipse was captured on camera by die-hard stargazers. The lunar eclipse Wednesday (Nov. 28) occurred when the moon passed through the outer region, or penumbra,
Editor's Note: The Slooh webcast of today's eclipse has been canceled due to bad weather at the observation sites. The moon will dip through the outer edges of Earth's shadow on Wednesday (Nov. 28) in a minor lunar eclipse, and you can watch the event
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Unlike a total lunar eclipse — when the moon passes centrally through the Earth's dark shadow, or umbra, and the moon turns deep red in color — a penumbral eclipse merely grazes the umbra's dusky outer fringes. That is what will happen on Nov. 28, 2012.