Luner eclipses

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Luner eclipses
« on: November 14, 2018, 07:29:53 PM »
If the earth is flat how do luner eclipses work?

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rabinoz

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Re: Luner eclipses
« Reply #1 on: November 14, 2018, 07:53:46 PM »
If the earth is flat how do luner lunar eclipses work?
This is how the Wiki explains lunar eclipses:
Quote from: The Flat Earth Society Wiki
The Lunar Eclipse
A Lunar Eclipse occurs about twice a year when a satellite of the sun passes between the sun and moon.

This satellite is called the Shadow Object. Its orbital plane is tilted at an angle of about 510' to the sun's orbital plane, making eclipses possible only when the three bodies (Sun, Object, and Moon) are aligned and when the moon is crossing the sun's orbital plane (at a point called the node). Within a given year, considering the orbitals of these celestial bodies, a maximum of three lunar eclipses can occur. Despite the fact that there are more solar than lunar eclipses each year, over time many more lunar eclipses are seen at any single location on earth than solar eclipses. This occurs because a lunar eclipse can be seen from the entire half of the earth beneath the moon at that time, while a solar eclipse is visible only along a narrow path on the earth's surface.
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The shadow object is never seen because it orbits close to the sun. As the sun's powerful vertical rays hit the atmosphere during the day they will scatter and blot out nearly every single star and celestial body in the sky.
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It is estimated that the Shadow Object is around five to ten miles in diameter. Since it is somewhat close to the sun the manifestation of its penumbra upon the moon appears as a magnified projection. This is similar to how during a shadow puppet show your hand's shadow can make a large magnified projection upon your bedroom wall as you move it closer to the flashlight.

From: The Flat Earth Society Wiki, The Lunar Eclipse

Re: Luner eclipses
« Reply #2 on: November 15, 2018, 07:38:39 AM »
If the earth is flat how do luner lunar eclipses work?
This is how the Wiki explains lunar eclipses:
Quote from: The Flat Earth Society Wiki
The Lunar Eclipse
A Lunar Eclipse occurs about twice a year when a satellite of the sun passes between the sun and moon.

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But I thought satellites arnt a thing

This satellite is called the Shadow Object. Its orbital plane is tilted at an angle of about 510' to the sun's orbital plane, making eclipses possible only when the three bodies (Sun, Object, and Moon) are aligned and when the moon is crossing the sun's orbital plane (at a point called the node). Within a given year, considering the orbitals of these celestial bodies, a maximum of three lunar eclipses can occur. Despite the fact that there are more solar than lunar eclipses each year, over time many more lunar eclipses are seen at any single location on earth than solar eclipses. This occurs because a lunar eclipse can be seen from the entire half of the earth beneath the moon at that time, while a solar eclipse is visible only along a narrow path on the earth's surface.
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The shadow object is never seen because it orbits close to the sun. As the sun's powerful vertical rays hit the atmosphere during the day they will scatter and blot out nearly every single star and celestial body in the sky.
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It is estimated that the Shadow Object is around five to ten miles in diameter. Since it is somewhat close to the sun the manifestation of its penumbra upon the moon appears as a magnified projection. This is similar to how during a shadow puppet show your hand's shadow can make a large magnified projection upon your bedroom wall as you move it closer to the flashlight.

From: The Flat Earth Society Wiki, The Lunar Eclipse
How are ther satellites
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rabinoz

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Re: Luner eclipses
« Reply #3 on: November 15, 2018, 02:52:15 PM »
If the earth is flat how do luner lunar eclipses work?
This is how the Wiki explains lunar eclipses:
Quote from: The Flat Earth Society Wiki
The Lunar Eclipse
A Lunar Eclipse occurs about twice a year when a satellite of the sun passes between the sun and moon.

A
But I thought satellites arnt a thing

This satellite is called the Shadow Object. Its orbital plane is tilted at an angle of about 510' to the sun's orbital plane, making eclipses possible only when the three bodies (Sun, Object, and Moon) are aligned and when the moon is crossing the sun's orbital plane (at a point called the node). Within a given year, considering the orbitals of these celestial bodies, a maximum of three lunar eclipses can occur. Despite the fact that there are more solar than lunar eclipses each year, over time many more lunar eclipses are seen at any single location on earth than solar eclipses. This occurs because a lunar eclipse can be seen from the entire half of the earth beneath the moon at that time, while a solar eclipse is visible only along a narrow path on the earth's surface.
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The shadow object is never seen because it orbits close to the sun. As the sun's powerful vertical rays hit the atmosphere during the day they will scatter and blot out nearly every single star and celestial body in the sky.
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
It is estimated that the Shadow Object is around five to ten miles in diameter. Since it is somewhat close to the sun the manifestation of its penumbra upon the moon appears as a magnified projection. This is similar to how during a shadow puppet show your hand's shadow can make a large magnified projection upon your bedroom wall as you move it closer to the flashlight.

From: The Flat Earth Society Wiki, The Lunar Eclipse
How are there satellites
I just quoted what the Wiki had but "a satellite" in that context just means a natural satellite as the moon is a natural satellite of earth so that's no problem.

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sandokhan

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Re: Luner eclipses
« Reply #4 on: March 28, 2024, 04:52:33 AM »
Lunar eclipses cannot be explained by the RE. The supposed shadow of the Earth and the excess of light destroys any and all RE arguments:

https://www.theflatearthsociety.org/forum/index.php?topic=30499.msg2138487#msg2138487

https://www.theflatearthsociety.org/forum/index.php?topic=30499.msg2208296#msg2208296

https://www.theflatearthsociety.org/forum/index.php?topic=30499.msg2209362#msg2209362

We know for sure that the Moon does not cause the solar eclipse, here is the Allais effect:

https://www.theflatearthsociety.org/forum/index.php?topic=30499.msg760382#msg760382