The moon can be both extremely cold and extremely warm. Unlike the Earth, the moon does not have an atmosphere. Therefore, while it still recieves the same amount of heat (or not!) from the sun, the temperatures found on the moon are more extreme than those on Earth. For example, when the moon is faced the sun, during its day, the temperature can reach up to 212 degrees Farenheit! But when the moon is turned away from the sun, during its night, temperatures can drop to -280 degrees Fahrenheit!
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