All objects in our solar system get their light from the sun. How? Light travels from the sun and is reflected by the object, in this case the moon, and we see the reflected light. The moon does not have it’s own light. It reflects light from the sun and stars, which gives it the appearance of producing it’s own light. The moon reflects the sun’s light. The different phases of the moon are caused by the relative positions of the sun, moon, and earth. We can only see the moon because sunlight is reflecting off its surface. It doesnt glow or light at all.
Then coral responds not truly to full moon light but to the suns light reflected by the moon? The moon acts as an incepter
Where does the light of the sun that is closest to earth come from?
Does earth have its own light or like the moon is an incepter as well
Is the sun an incepter too of other suns/stars
Venus has no known moons? so is the light from Venus more direct? could it be a sun of earth and did it once have a moon which it absorbed?
is the moon a star that has cooled
is earth a star
is the moon a child
and Venus a child as well
do all objects in the solar system simply reflect all forms of birth
and everything is relative
and everything is related :)