What is the difference between a solar and lunar eclipse?

A solar eclipse happens when the moon passes between the sun and Earth, while a lunar eclipse occurs when the Earth casts a shadow on the moon. 

A solar eclipse can only happen during a new moon, when the moon is between the sun and Earth. At this time, the moon’s dark side is facing us, and it blocks out most of the Sun’s light. A lunar eclipse can only happen during a full moon, when Earth is in between the sun and moon. At this time, Earth’s shadow falls on the moon, blocking out sunlight. 

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