Moon pictured during a lunar eclipse



The Moon pictured during a lunar eclipse is seen from the International Space Station during a northwest to southeast orbital trek 263 miles above the Pacific Ocean. NASA image, 2021. This could form part of a Science lesson on the Earth, Sun and Moon. The distinction between lunat eclipse and solar eclipse could be explained.

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School subject


Type of Museum

Virtual museums

Exhibit type

Science Applications

Student age range

6-12, 12-15, 15-18

Education Level

Primary, Secondary

Period covered

Modern Era (A.D. 1750-Present)

Country of Origin

United States




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