Why is the surface of the Moon heated by the Sun to a higher temperature than the surface of the Earth (+140 ° C)

Why is the surface of the Moon heated by the Sun to a higher temperature than the surface of the Earth (+140 ° C), despite the absence of the greenhouse effect?

The main reasons are: a) there is no atmosphere on the moon that traps about 20% of solar radiation; b) low albedo of the lunar surface; c) a long day – about two earth weeks.

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