1. Moon Eclispe -- 2. Moon Upside-Down ??

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1. Moon Eclispe -- 2. Moon Upside-Down ??
« on: September 23, 2018, 04:11:33 AM »
Hi to all. I'm new here.

1. I would like explanation of Moon Eclipse and of these 2 images. If there is already subject about this, please if you can redirect me. Thanks




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rabinoz

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Re: 1. Moon Eclispe -- 2. Moon Upside-Down ??
« Reply #1 on: September 23, 2018, 04:25:44 AM »
Here is what The Flat Earth Society Wiki says on this matter:
Quote from: The Flat Earth Society Wiki
Why does everyone see the same phase?
Q: Why does everyone on earth see the same phase of the moon?

A: They don't. The phase you see varies depending on your location on earth. In FET this is explained by the different observers standing on either side of the moon. On one side it is right-side up, and on the other side, it is upside down.

Imagine a green arrow suspended horizontally above your head pointing to the North. Standing 50 feet to the South of the arrow it is pointing "downwards" towards the Northern horizon. Standing 50 feet to the North of the arrow, looking back at it, it points "upwards" above your head to the North. The arrow flip-flops, pointing down or away from the horizon depending on which side you stand.

The lunar phase varies depending on where you stand on a Round Earth as well.
Here is the RET explanation for why the moon turns upside down when you stand on either side of it: How the moon looks from different places on Earth.

Re: 1. Moon Eclispe -- 2. Moon Upside-Down ??
« Reply #2 on: September 23, 2018, 05:30:41 AM »
Here is what The Flat Earth Society Wiki says on this matter:
Quote from: The Flat Earth Society Wiki
Why does everyone see the same phase?
Q: Why does everyone on earth see the same phase of the moon?

A: They don't. The phase you see varies depending on your location on earth. In FET this is explained by the different observers standing on either side of the moon. On one side it is right-side up, and on the other side, it is upside down.

Imagine a green arrow suspended horizontally above your head pointing to the North. Standing 50 feet to the South of the arrow it is pointing "downwards" towards the Northern horizon. Standing 50 feet to the North of the arrow, looking back at it, it points "upwards" above your head to the North. The arrow flip-flops, pointing down or away from the horizon depending on which side you stand.

The lunar phase varies depending on where you stand on a Round Earth as well.
Here is the RET explanation for why the moon turns upside down when you stand on either side of it: How the moon looks from different places on Earth.

Thank you rabinoz. If there is somebody more who would like to explain or give a link to the articles, please be my guest.

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rabinoz

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Re: 1. Moon Eclispe -- 2. Moon Upside-Down ??
« Reply #3 on: September 23, 2018, 05:43:53 AM »
Here is what The Flat Earth Society Wiki says on this matter:
Quote from: The Flat Earth Society Wiki
Why does everyone see the same phase?
Q: Why does everyone on earth see the same phase of the moon?

A: They don't. The phase you see varies depending on your location on earth. In FET this is explained by the different observers standing on either side of the moon. On one side it is right-side up, and on the other side, it is upside down.

Imagine a green arrow suspended horizontally above your head pointing to the North. Standing 50 feet to the South of the arrow it is pointing "downwards" towards the Northern horizon. Standing 50 feet to the North of the arrow, looking back at it, it points "upwards" above your head to the North. The arrow flip-flops, pointing down or away from the horizon depending on which side you stand.

The lunar phase varies depending on where you stand on a Round Earth as well.
Here is the RET explanation for why the moon turns upside down when you stand on either side of it: How the moon looks from different places on Earth.

Thank you rabinoz. If there is somebody more who would like to explain or give a link to the articles, please be my guest.
The links are the blue underlined text in my post.