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Is the sun hidden behind the moon?
Siddharta Guatama Buddha.
Answer: A solar eclipse.
In a way, yes. The Sun is a million miles across, and 93 million miles away. The Earth is a ball covered with dirt and water. The ball spins. The Sun's light can only shine… on one side of the ball at once, so we call the sunlit side "day" and the dark side "night".
No. It's not actually the sun that hides. It depends in the Earth's rotation. When it is daytime in the other side, it is nighttime in the other. When it's nighttime in the ot…her side, it's daytime in the opposite.
Equip the Legendary Sword. Then go up to the big pile of stones near the waterfall and press A. You'll see a scene where you break the rocks, and then the cave will be open.
If the moon does not have its own light and it reflects the light of sun then why does on the day of solar eclipse when the sun is behind the moon the moon appears to be black?
Viewed from Earth the moon appears black during a solar eclipse because we are looking at the dark side of the moon where no sunlight is falling. The sunlight falls on …the side of the moon facing the sun. Unless we can see that illuminated side of the moon it will appear dark to us,
Once you have the Legendary Sword from the bottom of the Second Mine, equip it and press the A button and not the usual Y button.
In the strictest sense the Moon along with the Earth orbits the Sun. Because it also orbits the Earth it could never be on the opposite side of the Sun to Earth.
A solar eclipse
The sun can sometimes be behind the moon, it depends on where the moon, earth and sun are relative to each other.
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If your question is 'Does the Sun hide behind the Moon at night?' Then no, it doesn't. As the Earth rotates on its axis and orbits the sun, different parts of the Earth are ex…posed to the Sun's light, this is the reason behind different time zones. For example Australia has a different daytime to ours because the Sun is over that area at a different time to the UK. So to answer your question, the Sun is just in a different area of the Earth at night time. The moon then 'comes up' because the Sun's rays are lighting up the surface of the moon, the rays are direct onto its surface, making it glow.
The sun does not hide behind the clouds at day because the sun goes around the Earth. It is night time when the sun is on the other side :) im intelligent. ... hahahah