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How long does daylight last on earth's moon?

Earth's moon has a rotational period of about 28 (earth) days, so there would be about 14 days of daylight followed by 14 days of nighttime on the moon.

How does daylight length affect seasons?

Staying true to the question the way it's written, it's the other  way around - it's the seasons that affect the length of day and  night. The hemisphere whose pole points t

What month has the shortest length of daylight?

  In the Northern Hemisphere, December 21 has the shortest length of daylight, and the longest length of Daylight is June 21. In the Southern Hemisphere, it is the oppos

How does the tilt of the earth affect the seasons and the length of daylight hours?

The earth is tilted about its axis. The earth revolves around the  sun over the year. At a certain point, one of the two hemispheres  will be tilted towards the sun. This he

How can we see the moon during daylight?

 The Earth rotates around it's own axis every 24 hours.   The side of the Earth which faces the Sun is considered day.    The moon roughly revolves around the Ea

What causes the length of daylight to change?

the Earth's orbit around the sun is elliptical so Earth is farther away from the sun in some places (winter) and closer in some places (summer). also Earth's axis tilt causes

The length of daylight and night time are equal through the year on the what?

There is no place on earth where the relative lengths of day and night don't change through the year. Our guess is that you're thinking of the Equator. The equator is the
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What two factors determine the length of daylight?

Daylight starts and ends with the centre of the Sun theoretically  at a zenith distance of 90 degrees 50 minutes. It is more than 90  degrees to allow for atmospheric refrac