An eclipse season is a period in a given year during which the Earth-Sun line falls near the line of nodes of the Moon's orbit, so that lunar and solar eclipses can take place. Eclipse seasons recur every 173.31 days and last about 24 days for lunar eclipses and about 37 days for solar eclipses. Two eclipse seasons make one eclipse year.
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