The answer to this question depends on how we measure a "day". If we think of a day as the amount of time it takes the moon to rotate 360oon its axis, then one lunar day is about 27.32 Earth days long. However, if we consider the perspective of an observer standing on the moon, then a day is the amount of time between two sunrises (or sunsets, or noons; from any point, around and back to the same point). In this case, a lunar day lasts about 29.5 Earth days. This is usually the definition that astronomers prefer.
You can see the moon for about 8 hours in the day
a moon year is 27.5 days long but its 27.32 days in a lunar day
yes, the moon phases change every day. as long as the moon keeps orbiting earth, that will happen.
First, Titan is a moon of the planet Saturn. And a day on that moon lasts 15.9Earth-days.
There is no "dark side of the Moon"; the Moon's day is 28.5 days long, but it has regular cycles of day and night. Perhaps you are referring to the FAR side of the Moon?
29.5 earth days
A day on Jupiter's moon Io is 1.769, 137, 786 days. Io is in a synchronous orbit, which means that a moon's orbit around its parent planet is the same as one of the moon's day.
A day on the Moon is 28 days because the Moon keeps one half turned towards the Earth. You can see which part of the Moon has sunlight by looking at it, the bright part is the place where it's day.
Each "day" - from Sunrise to Sunrise - on the Moon is 29.5 days. The Moon actually spins in 27.3 days, but because the Moon is also circling the Earth, the lunar "day" is a little different.
It's roughly 29.5 times as long.
29 1/2 days.
2 weeks earth time
yes you can often see the moon during the day (as long as it isn't too cloudy)
It takes the moon about 27 1/3 day to make 1 complete revolutiion
i would say about 48 hours
1 Earth day.
24hoursAs the moon always shows the same face to the Earth, would not a day on the moon be infinitely long?
No. The Moon travels with the Earth; once around the Sun is one year for both. A lunar day and night are around four Earth weeks long.
New moon day is the day in every month which the moon is completely seen.
the day of the moon is a Saturday on Christmas eve
I think a length of one day
1 "day" on the Moon = 29.5 days here on Earth.