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The Moon is full when it is opposite the Sun. For this reason a truly full Moon is not visible between sunrise and sunset. It rises when the sun sets and sets when the sun rises.
I was shocked when she mentioned the moon was out and high in the sky at 12am midnite (12pm noon for me) and asked if it meant it was a full moon.
She eats lunch at midnight her time?
I mean, it was night for me and lunchtime for her, so so much for the earth making a full spin every 24hours!
Whatever. But the Earth is round. That has something to do with it.
I wonder, does it have to do with Earth being supposedly tilted 23degree and/or opposite hemispheres, sides, and/or whatever? Or???