How does Earth look from Moon?
Also to know is, how does the earth appear from the surface of the moon?
Our Moon spins on its axis so that as it orbits the Earth, it always presents the same face to the Earth. As a result, when viewed from the Moon, the Earth will always remain in about the same spot in the sky all the time!
Subsequently, question is, how does Earth look from Mars? As seen from Mars, the Earth is an inner planet like Venus (a "morning star" or "evening star"). The Earth and Moon appear starlike to the naked eye, but observers with telescopes would see them as crescents, with some detail visible.
Simply so, how does Earth look from space?
Earth is the only planet where life has been found. What Does Earth Look Like? From space, Earth looks like a blue marble with white swirls. Some parts are brown, yellow, green and white.
How can both sides of the earth see the moon?
Only one side of the Moon is visible from Earth because the Moon rotates on its axis at the same rate that the Moon orbits the Earth – a situation known as synchronous rotation, or tidal locking. The Moon is directly illuminated by the Sun, and the cyclically varying viewing conditions cause the lunar phases.