Where Does the Moon Get Its Light?

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The moon gets its light from the sun. The moon orbits the earth with the same side always facing us. The side of the moon that faces us is very reflective and it reflects the suns light back to us at night.
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The moon does not generate its own light. The light we see from the moon is only a reflection of the Sun's light. The moon acts like a giant mirror and bounces the rays of sunlight
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The moon does not have light of its own. The light we see from the moon is the light of the sun reflecting toward Earth.
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The Moon can only be seen as a result of the Sun's light reflecting off it.
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The moon's surface is made up of volcanic rock and dust. It is a light gray, silvery color. It cannot create its own light, but it is perfect for reflecting the sun's light. Have
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