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The moon is glow in the dark, amirite?

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Actually the moon reflects the sun so we can see it, for example if basketballs didn't reflect light then we couldn't see it plus, if we put a bigger ball (earth) Infront of the light source (sun) and moved it about you could probably find a correct representation of the moon phases if you play around with sizes .
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Shusszs avatar Shussz Yeah You Are +2Reply

Yeah it's not glowing in the dark, it's literally lit up by the sun.

No it's not. That's like saying a piece of paper is glow in the dark just because you can see it when you light it up with a flashlight.

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