A Double Double-Amanda Curtis via Twitter This tweet of a quadruple rainbow has received more than 1,000 retweets after it was posted by Amanda Curtis, the CEO of a New York fashion company- CNN weather producer Rachel Aissen explained was a double rainbow that was reflected off a body of water and into into the sky. | Popular Science
In order to appear full from Earth, the moon must be opposite Earth from the sun, and its fully lighted hemisphere must be facing our way. Likewise, for a lunar eclipse to occur, the moon must be full - opposite the sun. Illustration via Matt Daniel with CNN Weather. Used with permission.
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