Nighttime on the moon is cold because there's no sunlight to warm it and no atmosphere to trap the heat.Note: the far side of the moon isn't always dark.
Its the same
Because the Moon does not have an as strong atmosphere as the Earth does, so the heat cannot be contained.
On the back side, where there is no sun exposure to warm it.
The warm color of the moon shortly after it rises is caused by light from the moon passing through a greater amount of atmospheric particles than when the moon is overhead.
cold and dark somtimes warm if you are lucky
it has no blood and adapts to its envierments tempter
There is no such bird as a "full moon" bird that I know of, though you could be referring to nocturnal migrant birds, that is, they move around at night. All birds are warm blooded animals.
No it ranges from -300 to 200 degrees on the warm side.
November's moon is called the beavers moon because this was the time to set beaver traps before the swamps froze, to ensure a supply of warm winter fur. It's also called Frosty Moon.
260 degrees Fahrenheit I believe. It also gets as cold as -280 degrees.
yes it is in the form of ice but it's layer is warm enough to have liquid
they were called moon boots and were made by several companies
well it best to fish on a full moon in warm weather the fish like like and shiny things so theyll be attrackted to moon light just toss your bait in the moon light and wait for that big one
-- food -- shelter -- fuel -- means of communication with civilization -- reading material -- warm clothing -- more warm clothing -- REALLY warm clothing -- clean underwear Much like on the Moon or Mars.
It certainly does, because there's no atmosphere to protect the moon from the sun's radiation, the temperature on the sunny side can reach 123 centigrade. It doesn't get warm at the poles though.
Greenhouse gases are needed to keep the planet warm. If it was not for greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, the earth would be like the moon, warm during the day and frozen at night.
Howling at the moon, chasing down, killin and eating prey, mating, being warm and healthy.
humans can live on moon but we would need all of earths oxygen all earths water and food also heat to keep us warm
All snails are cephalopods, so no, a moon snail isn't a mammal. A mammal is warm-blooded, has hair at at least one point in their lives, can produce milk (female).
No, tides are caused by the gravitational pull of the Sun and Moon, not by currents.
Maria this is the answer that makes the most sence! Maria this is the answer that makes the most sence! no actually maria are the oceans of the moon, the darker areas of the moon are called maria.
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