Just the same way they looked in 1969. There is no wind or rain to change them.
The moon is always a sphere but the moon does not look the same every week when observed from Earth. This is because we see sunlight hitting the moon at different angles as it orbits our planet.
atmospheric change daily
Yes, no matter where you are on earth the same side of the moon is what you will see. And it always in the same phase. If it's aFull Moon, then it's aFull Moon from everywhere.
Because the moon takes the same time to rotate once on its axis - as it does to go around the earth. Therefore we see the same side of the moon every time.
every moon looks like ice cream
1/4 of the Moon in light
Yes if you pull down your pants and look at your backside in the mirror
No, the moon does not rise at the same time every night. In fact, the moon sometimes rises in the day!
Your footprints are not the same as your fingerprints, as in if you took your fingerprint and compared it to your footprint they will most likely not be the same.However, your footprints are the same as your fingerprints in that they are both unique to you only. Each and every person has their own unique fingerprints and footprints that no one else has.
no, The moon's phases are on the same date everywhere around the world, but the moon itself will look different depending on your latitude.
They look the same size because the moon is closer to the Earth than the sun.
Yes. Everybody looking at the moon at the same time sees the same shape. When you think about it ... you can take the calendar or the newspaper and look up the date of the full moon. It gives the date, but it doesn't say anything about the location. Every location has the full moon on the same date.
no it always changes
It depends where you are, I believe there is a place in space where earth and moon look same size, but I doubt that you have been there...
Yes, but not at the same TIME every night. The Moon rotates like the Earth does, but the rotation is synchronous; it takes the same time as its orbit. So we're always seeing the same side of the Moon.
the reason you only see one side of the moon is because the rotation of the moon and the revolution speed of the moon are the same
no it doesn't.
The moon looks the same where ever it can be seen at a given time.
No, it does not