What causes a Lunar Eclipse?
The Lunar 'eclipse' happens at night. When it happens, the moon turns orange in color.
This is caused when the Sun and Moon line up with the center of the disk earth.
The Sunlight goes through the strong magnetic field of the north pole, and the sunlight turns orange. And that light then hits the moon.
Since the sunlight is orange, it makes the moon appear orange as in this image-
The Moon must be at same altitude as the Sun in order for this to happen. That's why it doesn't happen very often, and is a rare event.
Thus, as you can see- the phenomenon of the 'orange moon' is not an eclipse at all, but is caused by the North Pole's magnetic field.