What eclipses and why do they occur more often: solar or lunar?

In general, solar eclipses occur more often on Earth: during the year the maximum number is 5, the minimum is 2. The maximum number of lunar eclipses per year is 3. There are years when lunar eclipses do not occur at all. However, lunar eclipses are visible everywhere on Earth, where the moon is above the horizon during an eclipse. Solar eclipses are visible only in a narrow strip on the earth’s surface; the full phase bandwidth does not exceed 270 km. Therefore, in any given place, lunar eclipses are seen more often than solar ones.

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