Duration of eclipse  mainly depends upon the time the moon takes to move out of the lights lunar eclipse the moon takes more time to move,while on solar eclipse the moon takes lesser lunar eclipse is longer than solar eclipse.
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   In both eclipses, Earth and Moon are at nearly the same distance from each other.

    Solar eclipse occurs when the Moon comes in between the Sun and the Earth.  The shadow of Moon falls on the Earth's surface.  It takes less time duration for the small width of the shadow (of Moon) to pass by a particular location on Earth.

   Lunar eclipse happens when the Earth comes in between the Sun and the Moon.  The shadow of Earth is bigger than that of the Moon.  It takes a longer time for the Moon to come out of the shadow (cross its width).
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