What is the alignment of the Earth, moon, and sun during a solar eclipse?

Sun, Earth, moon
Earth, sun, moon
Earth, moon, sun
Moon, sun, Earth

2 Answer

  • The alignment of the earth, moon, and sun during a solar eclipse is Sun, Earth, moon.
  • Answer:

    Earth, moon, sun


    A solar eclipse is a natural phenomenon caused by the interposition of the Moon between the Sun and Earth. Solar eclipses have a fairly short duration, they can only be seen in their entirety for a few minutes, unlike lunar eclipses that can be observed for several hours.

    In general these eclipses can occur approximately twice a year.