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It means you left the fish out.
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During the day, the sun is at its brightest and the moon is directly opposite the sun. Therefore, you will never see a full moon during the day because the moon is always …changing position in relation to the sun.
Considering that the full moon is sometimes bright enough to read by, you can see a lot during a full moon. Some vintners harvest their more sensitive grapes at night by moonl…ight. Did you mean on the Moon itself? At the full, the entire visible half of the Moon is illuminated.
You always see the whole moon. When it is only half full, you still see the dark half also. Some day, light a candle in a dark room with a globe of the earth. Walk aro…und behind the globe, so that it is between you and the candle. (The candle represents the sun). This activity will give you some good ideas.
This very much depends on the culture. In the USA it is thought to be unluckly to have a black cat cross your path, whilst in the UK it is considered to be very lucky indeed.
Not really; you only see the side that's facing you!! Plus you don't see below the surface...
To be technical about it, you can't see a completely full moon during the day. When the moon is completely 100% full, it has to be exactly opposite the sun in the sky. So if t…he sun is 'up', then the full moon must be 'down'. You can see the "almost full" moon during the day. When it still has a little way to go before it's full, it will rise shortly before the sun sets. And when the moon is slightly past full, it'll still be in the western sky when the sun rises in the morning. In Arctic or Antarctic latitudes, it is possible to see the Full moon while the Sun is visible "looking over the pole.
Nothing whatsoever. It's just a white kitty.
You can see the moon when it is not full. The sun lights up part of the moon, but if you look carefully when the moon is not full, you can see the darker parts. This is easier… when only a small part of the moon appears to be lit, as a brighter moon glares out the darker part making it harder to see.
The only reasons why you wouldn't be able to see the full moon would be that either it is daytime (the full moon rises at sunset, and sets at sunrise), or it is during totalit…y of a lunar eclipse, or your eyes are closed. The full moon is the brightest thing in the night sky. It's almost possible to read by it.
It's called an optical illusion. It's not possible to see a completely full moon during the day. For a few days before the full moon, you might see it in the early evening, a …while before sunset. For a few days after the full moon, you might see it in the early morning, a while after sunrise. But when it's exactly full, it rises when the sun sets, and sets when the sun rises, so can't be seen in daytime.
Full moons have been in the news lately, because the moon has been closer to Earth than usual for a full moon, and therefore has been larger and brighter, described as a "supe…r moon". This news has in some manner penetrated into your subconscious mind, and became the subject of a dream. Dreams reflect what is on our minds, nothing more. They do not have supernatural significance, folklore notwithstanding.
It's a beautiful animal and a bright omen, unlike the negative cast given to Black Cats- which, as even Poe admitted, are beautiful animals, and unfortunately Halloween punks-… bats having achieved escape velocity from- we all know wear- torture all manner of animals-taking it out on all cars, not just Black ones.
You are able to see around about %25 of it
The totally and completely full moon is directly opposite the sun, so they can't both be 'up' at the same time.
The same side of the moon (for all practical purposes) is facing the earth all the time, not just during full moons. This is because the moon is tidally locked with earth.… The moon's orbital period and its rotational period are the same. The more massive hemisphere of the moon is always facing the earth. There is a slight variation called lunation. Lunation happens because the moon's rotational period is constant, while its orbital velocity around the earth is not constant. Because the moon's orbit is elliptical, as are virtually all orbits, the moon is passing over the earth at a variable velocity depending on its distance from the earth. As a result, the rotational movement of the moon seems to be either ahead of the moon's orbital location, or lagging behind it. Lunation is an apparent movement of the moon, and not a real movement. There is also a north-south lunation caused by the changing altitude of the moon relative to the equatorial plane.
A full moon phase is when the full face of the moon facing earth is a complete disc of reflected sunlight. So, I don't really understand the question that states a full mo…on can't be seen?