Science behind Moon’s color and it’s shapes….!

At low height at horizon in the sky moon looks red, because of red color has to reflect (refract) less compare to blue/violet, so due to degradation/deterioration of visible light, moon looks red (initially) then in full sky During the day, the Moon has to compete with sunlight, which is also being scattered by the atmosphere, so it looks white.emsVisible_mainContent_colors-wavelengths

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Science behind shapes of Moon….!

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