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Last Post 10/16/2012 5:12 PM by  KD Leka
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10/16/2012 11:54 AM

    DrK (SRE)

    Can you see the Moon at night in all telescopes?

    Tags: Moon

    KD Leka

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    10/16/2012 5:12 PM

    Not in my backyard when it's cloudy!

    Seriously, though, sometimes the moon appears during daytime. So that wouldn't be at night. The moon is always visible from somewhere on earth (depending on cloud cover), except that at new moon it is very very difficult to see. It never 'goes away'.

    Cheers, -KD

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