As you know, the earth atmosphere consists of 5 layers, the outermost layer starts from the top of the thermosphere and extends to about 10,000 km above the earth surface. Now we know that clouds form inside the Earth atmosphere, the most distant of which is called cirrus. And we also know that the distance between the moon and the earth is 384,000 km. And this means that the moon is 374,000 km away from the last layer of the earth atmosphere. And this means that the moon must always be behind the cloud. But is it really like this?