Which position would the Moon be in during an eclipse of the Sun?
ANo. In this position, the Earth would not be in the Moon's shadow.
BYes! Solar eclipses only happen during a new moon, but even then, the alignment has to be just right for the Moon's shadow to fall on the Earth.
CNo. In this position, the Earth would not be in the Moon's shadow.
DNo. In this position, the Earth would not be in the Moon's shadow. You might get a lunar eclipse in this position, but not a solar eclipse.
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