Earth comes between sun and moon during a (A) solar eclipse (B) lunar eclipse (C) annular eclipse (D) total solar eclipse

lunar eclipse

Also known as the eclipse of the moon, it occurs when the earth comes in between the sun and the moon. As a result, the earth blocks the light of the sun from reaching the moon’s surface and casts its shadow on the moon. It occurs on a full moon day. We can observe up to 3 lunar eclipses per year.

Therefore, the correct option is (B)

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