What types of eclipses in the Jupiter system can be observed from Earth? Which ones are the most short-lived?

Optical eclipses: Jupiter’s coverage of its satellites, the passage of satellites over the disk of Jupiter. Physical eclipses: the entry of satellites into the shadow of the planet, the movement of the shadow from the satellites on the surface of Jupiter.
Of the observed eclipses, the most short-lived physical eclipses of the satellites of Jupiter, as a distant planet, is always in a phase close to the “full moon”, and therefore the projection of its shadow onto the plane of the sky is small.

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