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Answered 2011-09-16 03:43:11

A solar eclipse happens only at New Moon.

A lunar eclipse happens only at Full Moon.

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During a lunar eclipse, the moon is "full". During a solar eclipse the moon is "new".



During a lunar eclipse it will be a full moon, and during a solar eclipse it will be a new moon.


During a lunar eclipse, the moon is at it's full phase - directly opposite the sun.


A lunar eclipse happens during a full moon


which moon phase occurs during a solar eclipse?


A "lunar" eclipse can not happen during the new moon phase it can only happen when the moon is full.


A solar eclipse can only occur at New Moon.


A solar eclipse can only occur at New Moon.



sun and moon are an opposite sides of the earth a phase of the moon is full moon


A solar eclipse can only occur at New Moon.


The only moon phase that occurs during a lunar eclipse, is a Full Moon.


A lunar eclipse will happen when the Moon is full, and moves into the shadow of the Earth.


During the new moon phase which is also when you can get solar eclipse.


no. the moon is going through one of its phases, but a lunar eclipse will not always happen during this as a lunar eclipse can happen in any phase.


An "annular" eclipse is a solar eclipse in which the Moon does not COMPLETELY cover the Sun's disk. Solar eclipses only occur during the New moon.


A solar eclipse can occur only at the time of 'New Moon'.



A no moon! a solar eclipse covers it the moon


During a solar eclipse the moon is in between the earth and the sun. The moon blocks light from the son, causing a solar eclipse. (This is during the new moon phase.)


Lunar eclipses happen during the full moon.




A solar eclipse can only occur at New Moon, so you see none of the moon.



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