The full moon is visible shortly before sunrise; as the moon wanes it's visible during more hours of the day.
The moon is visible during the day but it is most visible at night and early morning, but it is somtimes visible throughout the day.
The moon is visible during the day, depending on its phase and when the moon rises. The moon rises about 50 minutes later each day, so that will also affect when during the day the moon is visible. The moon's gossamer appearance during the day is due to the effects of earth's atmosphere that scatters the sun's light before it reaches our eyes, not the brightness of the sun.
Not that I have heard. The moon is visible during the day as much as it is visible at night, clouds and weather permitting of course.
still called a moon
because the moon is behined the earth
Full Moon, of course.
We CAN see the moon during the day. For the first two weeks after a new moon, the moon is visible in the daytime sky.
During the entire year of 1950, the Moon was certainly visible during the day during parts of it. Over the course of a year, the Moon goes through all of its phases 12 1/2 times.
Any phase of the Moon except the new (when the Moon isn't visible at all) and the full (when the Moon is only visible at night) can be seen during some part of the day.IN fact, there is a rare combination when the full moon is visible at noon. In polar areas when the Sun is visible continuously, it is sometimes possible to see the full moon on one side of horizon, and the Sun on the other.
Whether you see it during the day or at night, it is still called "the Moon".
The only phase of the moon that cannot be seen during the day is the new moon, which cannot be seen at night either. The other seven phases are sometimes visible during the day. A full moon, waxing gibbous, and waning gibbous are most visible, because of their size.
Yes. At times the moon is visible in the day, at times in the night and at times during parts of both day and night.
during a new moon
The full moon is visible in the western sky in the morning on the day after full moon night of the month. During other days this visibility is variable.
because the sun is shinning on the moon which makes the moon visible
You are likely to see the moon during part of the day most of the month. The only time it is not visible anytime during the day is right around the full moon. You must have a whole lot of bad luck.
It is visible because the earth has moved around its axis enough so the moon is visible. Was that your question?
No. The Moon is visible about half of the time, just as the Sun is. Sometimes the Moon is visible at night; sometimes during the day. The moon has a daily cycle of roughly 25 hours, so the positioning of the moon will differ, depending on the day. This cycle difference also determines what phase the moon will be in.
The Sun is usually visible during the day. The moon is pretty unmissable on those days when both are in the sky. Venus and Jupiter are often visible during early morning and late evening, when the sky is a little darker.
Both the sun and the moon are round when seen with the naked eye. They are also both forms of light that are in the sky. The sun is visible during the day how the moon is usually only visible at night.
The Moon is visible almost every day, except at the new moon (when it is too close to the Sun to be visible) and at the full moon, when the Moon is almost exactly on the opposite side of the Earth from the Sun.HOW is it visible? The Moon is big, and the Sun shining on the Moon is bright; so even against the blue background of the sky, the Moon is often visible.
Immediately before New Moon.