On which bodies of the solar system during the daytime in the sky you can see both the sun and the stars at once?

On bodies of the solar system that do not have an atmosphere, in the daytime sky, you can simultaneously see both the sun and the stars. This phenomenon takes place on Mercury, the Moon, most satellites of planets, asteroids. The reason for this is the lack of scattering of sunlight by atmospheric molecules.

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