Are there polar day and polar night phenomena for the Moon? Do the boundaries of these phenomena coincide with the latitudes at which similar phenomena associated with the Sun occur?
In areas of the Earth adjacent to its poles, the Moon can be above the horizon for a long time or, conversely, be below the horizon. The limiting geographic latitudes at which this occurs are shifted relative to the corresponding latitudes of the polar day and polar night by 5 °. Border positions change over a period of 18.6 years.
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