the moon's light is the reflection of the sun's light but gives off no heat
Parasol is for sunlight, umbrella is for rain.
pollination:When something pollinates a flowerphotosynthesis:The cycle of how plants make their own food using air, sunlight, and water.
outdoor blaech is made to work in sunlight. regular bleach breaks down very quickly in sunlight
difference between as on and as at
Moonlight is reflected. Sunlight is direct.
The moon does not have any light of its own. The moonlight that we see on earth is sunlight reflecting off of the moons surface.Simple answer - moonlight IS sunlight, though the sunlight is reflected from the moon to the Earth.
Almost. You have it backwards. Moonlight is the reflection of the Sun off of the Moon. Our sunlight on Earth is direct light from the Sun.
Moonlight is sunlight reflected off the surface of the moon.
It is sunlight hitting the moon that reflects back on the earth. Surprisingly enough, moonlight is caused by sunlight. Moonlight is a result of the sun shining on the moon and reflecting back down to the earth.
Bright sunlight provides around 100,000 lux, while moonlight (full moon) is only around 0.2 lux. There is a huge difference, but our eyes are able to adjust very well to light levels so we don't notice the difference as much. Sunlight is around 500,000 times brighter than full moon light.
refelction of the sunlight
because of the sunlight reflecting off of it!
Sunlight reflected to Earth off the Moon is called moonlight.
When there is no sunlight, viewers on the Antarctic continent can see moonlight 24/7.
What we refer to as "moonlight" is, actually, reflected sunlight. The moon does not produce its own light.