Why can you see the Moon during the day? Easy, because it’s there! It may seem odd to look up at the daytime sky and see the Moon but it’s perfectly natural. Planetary geologist Sarah Noble breaks it down so you know when to look up. Follow more Moon science: http://www.nasa.gov/moon
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Editor: Seth Robinson
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