At what points of their orbits are the Earth and the Moon located at the moment of an annular solar eclipse?

if we count the mutual distances and diameters of the moon and the sun, then it can be seen (the calculation is omitted) that when the Earth is at perihelion (147.098 million km), on January 3, then the Moon should be closer than 367 thousand km, that is, practically near its perigee, so that close the Sun completely, which means that an annular eclipse will be at any distance more than 367 thousand km. When the Earth is at aphelion (152.098 million km), on July 4, instead of 367, we get 380 thousand km, that is, the moon should be further than this distance.

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