the moon is always in the sky, but due to the earths rotation it cant be seen during the day.
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because it is in orbit it is held up in the sky...hope i helped, I'm sure it's right!
No. The moon Is constantly revolving around the Earth, which is revolving the Sun.
During a full moon, the Sun is opposite to the Moon, in the sky.During a full moon, the Sun is opposite to the Moon, in the sky.During a full moon, the Sun is opposite to the Moon, in the sky.During a full moon, the Sun is opposite to the Moon, in the sky.
The Moon, Sun and planets all appear in a strip of sky called the ecliptic. It is a plane defined by the plane of the Earth's orbit and the Sun is always on the ecliptic, while the Moon and planets stay close to it.
The Moon is the second-brightest object in the sky, after the Sun.The Moon is the second-brightest object in the sky, after the Sun.The Moon is the second-brightest object in the sky, after the Sun.The Moon is the second-brightest object in the sky, after the Sun.
why do clouds stay up in the sky why do clouds stay up in the sky
The moon's sky looks black from the moon.
the colour of sky from the moon is blak as there is no atmosphere .
what does it mean when the moon falls out of the sky
the moon isnt in the sky its in space
Seen where - in the sky Seen when - after the full moon.
the brightest object in the sky is the sun, but the moon is the second brightest in the sky.
"the moon stays still" But it doesn't it stays in the same position in the sky... However, the moon is like the Earth. It spins so fast that you cannot see it move. In basic terms... The moon spins around (so: no it is not still) but it is in the same position in the sky. Hope my answer helps you! :D
2. No. The stars in the sky stay in their positions essentially all the time.It is the Earth that rotates, giving the illusion of the stars and Moon rising in the eastern sky.
The moon appears high in the sky because the moon is in space. We are on earth.We are on the ground and the moon is in the sky. The moon appears to be highest in the sky in the tropical regions of the world, just like the sun - since the moon's orbit is almost perpendicular to the tropics.At higher latitudes, the moon will appear lower in the sky for the same reason as the sun is.
planets stay in the sky due to the pull of gravity
On the moon the sky will look blue.
Yes, during the daytime there is indeed a sky without a moon.
Both moon and sky are nouns in that sentence.
The moon does not disappear from the sky. As the moon moves around the earth the sun shines on the moon and that is the part we see.
Uh-for your information genuis, the moon is in outer space and it always will. Even though you may not always see it during the day, it's still there.
If you stay at one spot on the moon and don't move, the sun is up in your sky for roughly 14.77 days, and then down for the same length of time.
This vary with the placement of the moon. Our moon does not stay put at a specific point in the sky. It revolves around the earth (just not arund its own axis as such).