What is eclipses, Physics

What is Eclipses?

Sun is a luminous body while earth and moon are non-luminous bodies. Only those parts of moon on the light of sun falls is visible. Also sun is larger than, both the every and the moon so that shadows of both are cast in space with a separate umbra and penumbra. These shadows are known as eclipses.


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