I ran into some cases when the lit moon does not match position of the sun.. I think if the sun is 93 million miles away seeing moon during day would be tricky.. because moon is much closer.. so would the sun not light up the same backside of the moon that is facing away from us?Flat earthers NEED to show that the moonlight isn't reflected sunlight, because if it IS, the moon phases show it is a sphere, and the lunar eclipses show that the Earth's shadow is always circular, which means that the Earth must be a sphere as well.
here is an example where the lighted part of the moon does not match sun position so you can check it out if you want
[UPDATE] The odd tilt angle of the moon described in the video is an optical illusion caused by the wide viewing angle, illustrated here:
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