Why can we see the moon during the day sometimes?

Unlike the stars, the moon has no light of its own. We see it because of the sun’s light that it reflects. Whenever the moon reflects the sun’s light, we see it, irrespective of the time of the day. When the sun, the earth and the moon align correctly, enough light is reflected off the moon’s surface to be seen from the earth, even during the day. We are able to see the moon in the day and not the stars because the light reflected from the moon makes it 100,000 times brighter than the brightest star in the sky.

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