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The moon was near its greatest northern ecliptic latitude, so the southern craters are especially prominent. Photograph of full moon during the total lunar eclipse of 28 September 2015.
A full moon is the lunar phase that occurs when the Moon is completely illuminated as seen from Earth. A full moon occurs every once a month. When the full moon moves into Earth’s shadow, a lunar eclipse occurs, and all or part of the Moon’s face may appear reddish due to the Rayleigh scattering of blue light in Earth’s atmosphere. Lunar eclipses can occur only at full moon, where the Moon’s orbit allows it to pass through Earth’s shadow.