Impossible Lunar Eclipse?

The Heliocentrists tell us the Lunar Eclipse is caused when “the sun, Earth and moon are in a geometrically straight line in space, with the Earth in the middle.”

Yet as it has been seen many times Lunar Eclipses have happened when both the Sun and the Moon are above the Horizon.

Check it out:

http://www.space.com/13856-total-lunar-eclipse-rare-senelion.html

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One thought on “Impossible Lunar Eclipse?”

  1. Yeah but are there any examples of it happening when both the sun and moon are high in the sky? Because if such examples existed then I would say you have a very strong argument because in such a case I can’t see how refraction would be an option to explain it away.

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