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Cold Solstice And Lunar Eclipse

December 21 was the winter solstice, when the northern hemisphere, the daylight hours is the shortest of the year, and when winter begins. In addition, the first time since 1638, a total lunar eclipse fell on the winter solstice, which could be observed in America and parts of Asia. During a lunar eclipse, the night light on for some time is in the shadow of the Earth, becomes dull and acquires a reddish tint. This color is obtained thanks to the fact that the sun’s rays, which are usually reflected from the lunar surface, pass through the atmosphere of our planet – for the same reason we see a red sunset. So, if someone watched the Earth during the eclipse of the moon, they would see the black disk of the planet, surrounded by a red ring of the Sun – the sunset around the globe. Here is a selection of photos depicting a lunar eclipse, solstice and some shots of cold weather, which has officially just begun.

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