What is a lunar eclipse?
A lunar eclipse is basically when the earth passes between the moon and sun, causing the moon to appear darkened. Also, unlike the solar eclipse, the lunar eclipse occurs during the day.
Moon eclipse is when the moon interposes between the sun and behind the Earth. The moon passes behind the Earth into its umbra and not viceversa! This is possible when the three of them are ALIGNED (in syzygy). In Romania, there was such eclipse that could be seen at an October night last year.