no you could not cause Pluto is too far away to see from the moon and plants froms the other end of the galxel
In relation to the size of the moon, they are tiny, and we are so far from the moon. Even the astronauts orbiting the moon could not see them.
The Moon is much too far away to see anything as small as the lander.
He could see the craters on the moon.
far side of the moon
Only 21 people have ever seen the far side of the Moon; they are all the Apollo astronauts. Since nobody has gone to the Moon in the last 45 years, most people NEVER see the far side of the Moon.
The far side of the moon is always opposite of the visible side. When the moon is new, it is between the Sun and the earth. Since we see the dark side of the moon, the opposite side must be fully lit by the sun. Likewise when we see a gibbous moon, the far side would be a crescent. When we see a full moon, the far side is in complete darkness.
The far side of the moon is constantly changing because the earth rotates, the moon rotates, and the moon orbits the earth. Technically the "far side of the moon" is the dark side you don't see, but there is no point on the moon that is always farthest away from the earth
You never see the far side of the moon because the moon rotates around Earth much, much faster than it revolves on it's axis. Hope this helped!
Yes. The far side of the moon is dark when we see a full moon. It is partially dark at all phases other than the new moon.
We only ever see the same side of the moon. The other side is called the far side or "the dark side of the moon"
You see the moon. Rings are too far away from Earth to see.
We only see the Moon because it reflects light from the Sun. During a new moon, the far side is illuminated, and the near side is not.
Because the earth is not very far from the moon
There can be craters anywhere on the moon, not just the side we see
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The earth !
No. The far side of the moon is usually partially illuminated by the sun and is only completely dark during the full moon. The far side of the moon is fully lit during the new moon phase. It is called the "dark" side of the moon because we never see it.
The "faces" are just "wrinkles," or imperfections, on the moon. The moon is like the earth and has valleys, and mountains. From far, far away, we see "faces" because of the wrinkles.
From the Moon all you can see is planet Earth, the Moon is too far away to see any detail such as a monument on Earth with the naked eye.
The "dark side of the Moon" refers to the side of the Moon which is dark; as in, not in the sunlight. At the "new moon", the entire visible face of the Moon is "the dark side of the Moon". Using the phrase "dark side of the Moon" to refer to the FAR side of the Moon signifies intellectual laziness.
then we could not see it
because the moon is orbiting the earth so sometimes in the northern hemesphere you could see the moon and in the southern you don't.
You would see the moon.