No. This would actually be a physical impossibility, as the moon has no atmosphere to generate clouds in and our atmosphere doesn’t extend it’s reach beyond the moon. Therefore, there would never be any clouds behind the moon. However, if the observer was positioned in orbit, around the moon, then the moon could be observed with earth’s clouds behind it.
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