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No. You'll watch the moon soar over the sky while the sky eventually grows brighter and then you will have lost a whole night's sleep staring at the moon. But don't feel bad. You'll only be mad when you gotta go to work tired as can be. But you can't go crazy.

People have gone blind stareing at the moon. (Union soldiers in confederate prisons during the civil war) Watching the moon for a few hours won't hurt, though.

Q: Would you go mad if you stare at moon for long hours?

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The average distance from the earth to the moon is approx 384,000 km. However, the moon's orbit around the earth is elliptical and at its closest, the moon is approx 363,000 km away while at its furthest it is 407,000 km away. So, at 50,000 km per hour, the average distance would take 7.68 hours. The minimum distance would take 7.26 hours while the maximum would take 8.14 hours. But, spacecraft do not go to the moon is a straight line - they first orbit the earth and use the earth's gravity as a kind of slingshot to propel them towards the moon. This may not be the shortest route but it is much more efficient.

The moon's average distance from earth is listed as 384,400 km.Traveling that distance in a straight line at 100 km/hr takes 3,844 hours = 160days 4hours

There's no way that a car could travel to the moon, but let's do the math anyway.Average distance to the moon = 238,000 miles .(238,000 miles) / (100 miles per hour) = 2,380 hours = 99days 4hours

About 96 days.

Viewed from any single place on earth, the moon is 'up' and in the sky for about 12-1/2 hours of every day.

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Staring at the moon will probably not make you crazy. However, it might indicate that you are crazy to begin with. What sane person would want to stare at the moon for long hours?

Two hours on the moon would be the same length as two hours on Earth, as time is consistent regardless of location. The moon's day is about 29.5 Earth days long, so two hours on the moon would only represent a fraction of its day-night cycle.

6 hours

789002727 hours

200000000 hours

Days on the Earth are 24 hours long. Days on the Moon are about 29.5 days, or 709 hours.

It would take approx 29900 hours.

Apollo was on the moon for 21 hours

what it is not right it must be how long it takes to travel to the moon!!!

It would take approximately 20 hours to travel to the moon at a speed of 50,000 km per hour. This calculation is based on the average distance from Earth to the moon, which is about 384,400 km.

About 14 hours at 17,000 mph

You can see the moon for about 8 hours in the day