Why Does the Moon Look Red?

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The color of the moon, when it is rising can be red, orange or even appear to be blue at times. The color change is caused by the Earth's atmosphere.
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The moon can look orange or red when it is seen through the Earth's atmosphere, which happens when it is low in the sky. Red light can pass through the atmosphere more easily than other colors.
Volcanic eruptions or forest fires can also put particles into the atmosphere that cause the moon to appear red or orange. Lunar eclipses have a similar effect. More >>
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