Although it is clear that the Sun rises during the day and the Moon at night, it is also true that, sometimes, when you look at the sky in the middle of a bright day, you can see the only natural satellite that the planet hasso many have wondered about the reasons why this phenomenon occurs.
From NASA, they have delivered the answer to those who had this doubt; Sarah Noble, scientist at the US space agency, ensures that the Moon has been associated with the night thanks to books and fantasy; however, he clarified that it is a celestial body that spends the same amount of time in the daytime sky as in the night sky.
Noble clarifies that the Moon, unlike the Sun, does not have its own light and can be seen at night because it reflects the brightness of the king sun; In addition, it indicates that if it received light throughout the day, it could indeed be seen 24 hours a day.
The scientist’s explanation indicates that the Moon is located much closer to Earth than the rest of the stars, so it is possible to see it on clear days, as long as “it is on the right side of the sky.”
“During a full Moon, it is opposite the Sun in the sky. That is why we can see the full face of the Moon reflecting the light of the Sun. As the Earth rotates, the Moon rises just as the Sun sets, but only on that one day of the month,” Noble explained.
In conclusion, NASA explains that the Moon can only be seen during the day on two occasions; one of them is in the days before the full Moon and facing east. The other opportunity is just after this phenomenon, but looking towards the west, and it can be seen until a few minutes after the sun appears.
NASA achieves the photo of the face of a bear on the surface of Mars
While the exploration of Mars by the different probes sent by NASA to the red planet continues, different images continue to be known that account for its geography, its appearance and the different and extreme climates that are experienced there.
The latest installment is, in addition to being amazing, quite curious, because the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter sent back a screenshot showing a strange formation that for many turned out to be quite a cute and familiar shape.
The HiRise camera took this snapshot 251 kilometers above the surface of the neighboring planet and it looks something very similar to a bear’s head. The University of Arizona was in charge of analyzing the photograph and explaining what elements made up this curious figure.
As detailed, two small craters act as eyes, while, according to the Hypertext portal, “the snout and jaws would be formed by a collapsed V-shaped structure.” The outline of the figure also explains that it is formed by sediments or they clarify that it could be a volcanic or mud chimney.
This discovery brought to mind an event from 1976, when the Viking 1 spacecraft recorded what appeared to be a human face, a fact that had to wait until 2001 to be ruled out by the Mars Global Survey probe, which confirmed that it was a rocky shape that Due to the low resolution of the previous camera, it gave that appearance.
The truth is that the probes sent to the red planet will continue to record strange figures made up of rock formations and that they will give much to talk about.