Total solar eclipses are extremely rare. It's of great coincidence that we live in a period where the Moon is just the right distance (as with time it's receding away) to have the same apparent size in sky as the Sun on Earth. My question is, does any other planet or moon or any other minor body also has one body (with which it is gravitationally bound, making the process recurrent) which is of the same apparent size as the apparent size of Sun in the sky. Note that I'm just asking for possibility of totality: occultation, transits and partial/annular eclipses don't count. Although if the annular is as good ours, then I'm willing to give it a pass. Just the ring should be thin enough!