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Some of your description, and the answers to date, assume that Venus has to transit the Sun. That is not a requirement for the literal question "can lunar occultation of Venus occur during a solar eclipse". Likewise, the description says "three" events but only gives two conditions: Moon is at front of Sun and Venus is behind Moon. If you ...


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From Wikipedia: The simultaneous occurrence of a solar eclipse and a transit of Venus is currently possible, but very rare. The next solar eclipse occurring during a transit of Venus will be on 5 April 15,232. The last time a solar eclipse occurred during a transit of Venus was on 1 November 15,607 BC.


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