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Are the only times  during a year eclipses can occur, due to the of the moon's orbit. Each season lasts for approximately 34 days and repeats just short of six months, thus there are always two full eclipse seasons each year. Two to three eclipses always occur each eclipse season. During the season the inclination of the moon is low, hence the Sun, Moon and Earth become close enough in alignment  for an eclipse to occur.