Where does the moon go when it is day?
The moon is not seen during the day because the bright blue sky washes out the relatively dim light of the moon.
No. The position the Moon has to be in for a full Moon is completely different than for a new moon. When we have a full Moon the Moon is on the opposite side of us to the Sun. When we have a new Moon, the Moon is on the same side of us as the Sun. It takes about 2 weeks for the Moon to go between those two positions, so it is not…
There are 8 phases of the moon, these are the following: New moon (Day 0), Waxing crescent ( Day 4), First Quarter (Day 7), Waxing Gibbous (Day 10), Full Moon (Day 14), Waning Gibbous (Day 18), Last Quarter (Day 22), Waning crescent (Day 26) and back to New Moon. The answer of your question is Waning Gibbous.