If we are in the moon in it you can see it as we now see the moon: -)
I do not care choose 50%
Clearly you can see Choose 30%
Yes Choose 20%
If you are in the moon, you can not see the earth.
Who is on the moon, it depends on it. If you are on the back that you will never see from the earth, you can not see the earth.
But if you are on the front, you will see the earth.
https://science.ORF.at/v2/stories/2988094/ <-- 1. Bild: Erde vom Mond aus.
So if you mean that I think:
If you stand on the moon (on the right side) you look clearly the earth.
The earth is considered to recognize from the moon in total 3 to 4 times larger than the moon we see on earth.
What are the answer possibilities for answer? If you are in the moonThen you can not see anything when you're on the moon, then you can see the earth, but of course only from the bright side of the moon.
I'm going through that you mean from the moon.
If so, here is a photo taken by the astronauts of Apollo 8
No! Only if you are on the surface of the moon.