A New Moon is visible from Earth in the late after noon or early
evening when the Moon is roughly in the same direction as the Sun.
A few days earlier there was an "Old Moon" (much less talked about)
in the early morning before "sunrise" I guess people nowadays are
not up early in the morning!
Morning is early in the day (typically when the sun is at least
about to rise) until early noon (10:30-12:00) and evening is early
in the night after sunset (about 6:00pm or 5:00pm - 9:00 or 10:pm,
depending on the season).Tthe rules that govern this are pretty
general and unspecified.
Yes. Ironically morning sickness comes at any given time of day
whether your sleeping or not... You don't have to eat for morning
sickness to make you vomit... I had it morning noon and night with
my last pregnancy... Saltine crackers will help some with it..