sábado, dezembro 10, 2011

ECLIPSE LUNAR, LINKS PARA ACOMPANHAR E MAIS SOBRE A LUA


by
 Sheilaaliens


The last  full Moon in 2011 will glide through the earth shadow producing a total lunar eclipse visible from the Pacific side of our planet.  The last eclipse of 2011 is a total lunar eclipse that takes place at the Moon’s descending node in eastern Taurus, four days after apogee. Unlike an eclipse of the Sun, an eclipse of the Moon is visible to everyone on the entire Moon-facing side of the world at once....

Tempestades solares associadas a  (CMEs) podem corroer significativamente a superfície lunar de acordo com . . .
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