it's harder to see during the day because it's white and just looks like a cloud. when the moon is full, it rises at sunset, so you only see full moons at night. when it's new, it rises at sunrise. i remember when i was little, asking my grandfather if it was the same moon in the daytime, or a different moon.<br />
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so yes, i guess the other side of the earth is having a moonless night whenever you're having a moonful day ;)

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Or if it's low on the horizon during our day, perhaps part of the world see it low on the horizon during their night? Kind of looking from the opposite angle? I NEED MODELS AND A FLASHLIGHT HERE, DAMMIT!!!!

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but i've never seen a night without the moon

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Hmmmm---maybe. But all that means is that the other side of the planet is seeing the moon.

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how is it possible

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It's not. I misread your question. Yes, if it were noon here and we see the moon, then they don't see it at midnight on the side of the planet opposite us.

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