Can an eclipse be observed from Earth in the modern era in the Uranus system?

In the modern era, the axis of rotation of Uranus is directed towards the Sun. The orbits of the satellites are located in planes close to the plane of the sky. Therefore, now there are no eclipses in the Uranus system, and, therefore, they cannot be visible from Earth.

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