How is moonlight sunlight?
The moon does not produce any light of it's own. The moon is just a giant mirror to the sun.
No, the Moon generates no light of its own. However, it reflects the light of the Sun, so when you see moonlight you are actually seeing reflected sunlight. (They apparently didn't think about that when they created the vampire legends. If sunlight kills vampires and moonlight is just reflected sunlight, why doesn't moonlight kill vampires, too?)
The Moon doesn't shine at all. This is what bothers me about vampire movies; sunlight kills vampires, but moonlight doesn't affect them. And yet, the Moon is just a giant mirror in the sky reflecting SUNLIGHT back to the Earth! Why wouldn't the vampires all die of the reflected sunlight, that's what I want to know! Anyway, moonlight is simply reflected sunlight.
The moon reflects light from the sun. Something that is powered by light could be powered by moonlight. However, moonlight is much less intense than sunlight so most things that run on sunlight would not work well (if at all) if they just used moonlight. But yes, someone could design something that ran on moonlight. It would also be possible to power something using tidal energy, and tides are at least partially caused by the…
When it is completely dark the child cannot see the bat but if the moon is shining she can see . explain why the child can see the bat in moonlight.?
Moonlight is simply light reflected from the Sun. As Sunlight contains a proportion of UV rays, so will moonlight. However, the Moon only reflects a tiny amount of the Sun's light and even less then the amount reflected reaches Earth. Given that most UV light is absorbed by the atmosphere anyway, it's not a major concern.