What is the location of the earth during a lunar eclipse?

Between the sun and the moon

Explanation

During the lunar eclipse, the shadow of the earth falls on the moon and it appears to darken and disappear. The only way the earth's shadow could fall on the moon is for the earth to be in a straight line between the sun and the moon. All three orbs must be lined up, with the earth between the sun and the moon. Therefore, "1" is the correct choice.

Visit our website for other ASVAB topics now!