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How Do We See The Sun And Moon ?

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We see the sun because it is classified as a primary source of light i.e it produces its own light very much like a fire does. We see the moon because it reflects the light of the sun. The moon, therefore, is called  a secondary source of light. When you see a crescent moon or half moon it is because the earth has partially blocked the light from the sun reaching the moon i.e the moon is in the earths shadow.    Hope this helps you.
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The sun is known as a primary source of light because it produces its own light however, the moon dose not the moon's light it the sun light and is reflected on to earth. Only then can we see the moon. The moon is known as a secondary source.
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We see the sun because it is classed as a primary source of light i.e it produces its own light very much like a fire does. We see the Moon because it reflects light from the sun. The Moon is classed as a secondary source of light.
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The earth orbits the sun in an elliptical orbit and the moon orbits the earth with the same kind of orbit. The Moon shines by reflected sunlight.
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Through our eyes

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