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 Earth every 28 days.
The moon does not produce any light itself.
When you see the moon you are seeing light which is reflected
off the moon's surface.
The amount of light reflected depends on the angle the moon
makes between the Earth and the Sun.
These cause the phases of the moon.
For example, when the Earth is between the moon and the Sun,
a full moon is seen only at night. Because the side of the moon
which reflects the sunlight is facing the part of the Earth that is
facing away from the Sun. You can only see a full moon at night.
When the moon is between the Earth and the Sun, the side of
the moon which is reflecting the sunlight is pointed away from
the Earth, so you can't see the light. This is a new moon.
Between these two extremes are the other phases,
crescents, quarters, gibbons. Each representing more and more
of the surface of the moon which is reflecting the sunlight.
During these phases, portions of the Earth can see the reflected
sunlight off the moon while that portion also faces the sun.
Hence you see the moon during the day.
If you see the moon rising after the sunrise the moon is going
from new moon to full moon. Each morning you will see more
and more of the moon, and the moon will rise later and later.
Until the moon only rises after the sunsets, which would be a full moon.
Similarly, if the moon is east of the sun, the moon is going from new moon to full moon.
If you see the moon setting before the sunset, the moon is going from full moon to a new moon. Each evening you will see less and less of the moon until the moon disappears which would be a new moon.
Similarly, if the moon is west of the sun the moon is going from full moon to new moon.
It is the moon you see,
The moon can be seen in the sky during daylight, depending on where it is in its orbit. But, due to the brightness of daylight, the moon may be very difficult to see with the naked eye.
You can see the Moon in the daytime because it is big and brightly lit by the sun.
The moon can also been seen during daylight under the correct conditions.
Yes, it is possible to see a full moon during daylight hours because it is big and brightly lit by the Sun. When you look at the Moon, you are seeing the light which reflects off it. Also because of it's size.
No we can see the moon , but the light of the sun is to bright.
If you can't see the moon during the day, it's only because you're not looking for it too conscientiously. The moon is somewhere in the sky on the average almost 13 hours out of every 24, including all hours of both daylight and darkness. If you will look for it during the afternoon and early evening, particularly during the second week after the New Moon, you're sure to spot it during daylight.
The daylight side of the moon
The moon does not "go" anywhere during daylight. Sometimes the moon is visible during the night time hours, sometimes during daytime, and sometimes during parts of both day and night. the other side of the earth usually
But we can! Fairly frequently.
Despite a popular belief, the Moon is not only seen at night. Depending on where the Moon is in its orbit round the Earth, may mean the Moon is in the sky during daylight. The bright sky makes it very difficult to see the Moon.
Because the sun is much brighter than the moon's relected light so you can't always see it. Sometimes you can see the moon in daylight because the moon is not yet close enough to the sun in its monthly orbit. Close to new moon it is impossible to see the moon.
If we can't see the moon at all it is because it is on the side of the earth nearest to the sun. Sometimes you can see it during daylight, but at other times it is much harder to see, especially close to the time of a new moon.
Some people expect to see the Sun during the day, and the Moon in the darkness of the night. But, depending on the position the Moon has reached in its orbit round the World, the Moon may appear during the day. Once the Sun is shining brightly, the Moon is less, if not impossible to see, because of the brightness of the daylight. Early dawn or twilight, when the sky is not too bright is the best time to see that the Moon, in all its phases, can appear during the day.
At new moon, the side of the moon facing Earth is dark and therefore can't be seen period. Just before or after new moon you get a crescent moon, which can be seen during daylight if it's far enough away from the sun.
It looks like the moon, but no one really knows.
we do not see stars in the daylight because skylight overwhelms them. We see the moon in sunlight. The sun cannot block the moon unless in eclipse
very good question there is no daylight in the wetlands, see the sun and the moon are fighting over that area and the moon won, so its always dark
You can see the moon, even though it does not produce light, the same way you can see mountains in the daylight. The lunar surface reflects sunlight. When the moon is full, from our perspective, the earth is between it and the sun--so the entire lunar surface (that we can see) is in broad daylight. When the moon is new then the face of the moon is experiencing night.
Because you're not looking in the right place. I have often seen the Moon in the daytime; it's not a rare occurrence. ____________________________________________________________ Earth's moon is often visible during the daytime. Seeing the Moon before dark, or even in bright daylight, is an ordinary occurrence.
Yes they can, they can see perfectly well in daylight. But they prefer to hunt at night, not during the day time.
When we are facing away from the Moon we are in daylight but for the other side of the world who are facing towards the Moon it is night time and that is when we can't see the Moon at all.
The Full Moon is opposite the Sun in the sky and therefore it rises as the Sun sets and sets as the Sun rises. (Actually, near the Earth's poles in summer, you can see the Full Moon during daylight.) You can never see the New Moon either because it is in line with the Sun and hidden by glare. (You can see the New Moon in the daytime, but only when there is a solar eclipse.)
We can't see the stars during the day because sunlight scattering through the atmosphere creates a blue haze that drowns them out. But the moon is bright enough that we can see it, if it's there, even through the blue.On the average during a month, the moon is in the sky (up) for almost 13 hoursout of every 24.With the possible exception of the time of the Full Moon, the moon is up duringsome of the daylight hours of every day.