What kinds of eclipse is seen by the person on the moon, when there is:
- Solar eclipse on the earth, and
- Lunar eclipse on the earth?
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This kinda depends on where you are on the moon. If you're on the far side during a solar eclipse, you won't see a darn thing but the sun. If you're on the near side, you will see the moon's shadow pass across the earth. If you're on the far side during a lunar eclipse, you won't see anything but the stars. If you're on the near side, you will see the earth completely blot out the sun. You should also see all the Earth's sunrises and sunsets at the same time (kinda cool!).