These questions just popped out of my head while we were gazing the sky with my friend… Can anyone please help me? 1. Are the shapes of the moon likely to be visible in the morning than in the evening? If it is, then where is the sky? 2. Are the shapes of the moon likely to be visible in the evening than in the morning? If it is, then where is the sky? 3. How long is the sun up? Is it always the same number of hours? 4. Does the sun look exactly round? 5. Does either the Big Dipper or Little Dipper, or both, move during the night? If so, in what direction? 6. In what direction do the stars around the planets move? East, west, south or north? 7. Do Venus and Saturn move in the same direction in the night sky? I tried answering these questions: 1. No. 2. Yes. Up above, the sky is already dim and bleak and this makes us see the moon more visibly. 3. Maybe 13 hours? No, it isn’t always the same number of hours. 4. I guess not? 5. Yes. To the east, I think. 6. To the east? 7. Yes.