On this link I learned more information about My reasearch question. Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune.Can all have total solar eclipses, as they have large moons and the sun appears small to them But because these planets are made of gas, it would be impossible to stand on them and see such solar eclipses.
This page answered my question if there are eclipses on other planets. It says in the text that Mars can't have blood moons they can only have partial ones because mars have tiny moons.All four large planets (Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune) can experience eclipses. They all have substantial moons and the Sun appears small from them. Eclipses are most common on Jupiter because its moons orbit in the same plane with the Sun.
On this cite I learned more about my question.In the infographic I learned why the eclipses happen,eclipse seasons,eclipse visibilty and about the total solar eclispe. Eclipses happen when the earth cast it shadow far out into space, beyond the orbit of the moon.Then sometimes the moon passes through the shadows making the eclipse occur.
In this link I found useful information in the article. I learned that a blood moon is formed when the moon travels through The Earth's umbra and blocks all the sunlight for hitting the earth's surface. However a bit of sunlight still hits the lunar surface indirectly, therefore the earth's atmosphere is bathing the moon in a reddish,yellow,orange glow.