The Orientation of the Moon

The Moon looks practically identical from everywhere on Earth because the Moon is very far relative to the distance between observers on Earth. However, its orientation is different when observed from the various locations across the globe. The reason is that the Earth is a sphere: the different observers are not on the same plane and have the different orientations themselves.

Some Flat-Earthers have spatial awareness difficulties and present the difference of the orientation of the moon as ‘evidence’ of a flat Earth. They are wrong. If according to their model that moon is near, we should be able to see the different face of the moon on the different location on Earth. But we clearly don’t.