In order for the full moon to be visible, it must be on the other side of the earth from the sun. So the best time to view the moon is at night time. However, I noticed that there are times the moon is visible during the day, specifically when the moon is new. I’ve learned that a new moon is near the sun, and therefore visible during the day. And a full moon is far from the sun, and therefore visible during night time. But I don’t understand why the link below shows that full moon is visible during noon time. http://www.lunarrepublic.com/info/phases.shtml What's the scientific explanation? I would appreciate if anyone could enlighten me.