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Eclipse: Test Your Understanding + ward ' s science How is a solar eclipse different from a lunar eclipse? Describe what you would see during a total solar eclipse when the first and last Baily's beads form. Assume a perfectly clear sky. Critical Thinking: A scientist observes a lunar eclipse with an umbral eclipse magnitude of 0.5. What type of eclipse is this scientist most likely to be viewing, and why? Critical Thinking: Describe what a person sees while standing in the Moon's umbra shadow during an annular eclipse, and explain why.

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