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What is a penombral eclipse of the Moon?

Title
Moon eclipse
Credits
Reuters
Type
Popularisation of Science
Author
Josep Manel Carrasco, ICCUB-IEEC
Date
Language
ES

The researcher talks to the radio show "La Tarde" in Cadena COPE about the different types of lunar eclipses, and the meaning of the penombral ones, in the frame of the first penombral lunar eclipse of 2020.


About the author

Josep Manel Carrasco is a researcher of the Gaia group at the ICCUB, where he works with the photometric and spectrometric calibration of the mission's data, evaluating the state of the satellite and creating the data catalog in the CU9 coordination unit. Creator of the Miralcel dissemination project, he is a regular collaborator of the La República Santboiana program on Radio Sant Boi. He recently published the book "Cosmos: A Quick Immersion" in Tibidabo Ediciones.

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