About the wave nature theory !! In the case of Lunar Eclipse Hello all :) First I'm glad to be a new member of this forum .. Anyway .. as I noticed that if someone thought about a theory or a physics inquiry you share your thoughts and solve the problem .. So what came to my mind months ago some aspect related to optics .. We studied that there are two theories about the nature of light : - That it's made up of particles - Made up of waves .. the geometric theory and .. i donno the notation .. anyway .. so they found about the superposition of waves and explained the dark spots (fringe) If there is a ball directing light towards it, it leave its shadow on the screen .. BUT we would find a bright spot in the very middle of the screen right ? so i guess that verifies the wave nature of light So my question lies here .. during lunar eclipse . when the sunlight is being blocked from earth by the moon when the moon lies between the sun and Earth the moon will leave its shadow on the earth causing the absence of light (eclipse) .. So why isn't there the bright spot in the center of the screen of vision ( shadow of moon on earth ) ?? Any help ??