I just got to see a solar eclipse today, not total but 86% eclipsed. And hopefully I will see a total solar eclipse in Toledo, OH in 7 years.
But this eclipse inspired me to ask this question.
I know that for a planet with multiple moons, it is absolutely possible that a solar eclipse and a lunar eclipse could occur at the same time. I also know that here on Earth, sometimes the moon is visible in daylight, either early morning or late afternoon depending on whether it is before or after a full moon. I myself have seen the moon during the day.
Now, I know that the only solar eclipse during which a lunar eclipse would likely be visible is a total solar eclipse because during a total solar eclipse, it goes dark and all the wildlife think it is night when it is just an eclipse.
So if a planet has 2 or more moons that are in resonance for stability reasons, could it be that a moon that is close enough to block the star or star system does block the star or star system while another moon further away gets fully eclipsed by the planet and thus you have a total solar eclipse visible on 1 side of the sky and a total lunar eclipse visible on the other side of the sky from the same area(like about the size of an average city)?