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In case of a total lunar eclipse, the light from the Sun passes through the side of Earth, scattering through its atmosphere.

NASA explains why the Moon turns red during a lunar eclipse| Watch

The last total lunar eclipse of 2022 is expected to be seen on Tuesday. There would not be another full eclipse, says NASA, till 2025 while there would still be partial and penumbral lunar eclipses during this period. This eclipse is also a chance to witness ice giant planet Uranus in the sky as the dim moon will pave the way for other celestial bodies to shine brighter.

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