The moon blocks the sun and cannot therefore reflect its rays to the earth. While when the moon is behind the earth as in diagram four, it reflects the rays and lights up a half of the earth for twelve hours from 1800 to 0600.
When the moon positions itself at either 6 or 2, it reflects its rays to a bisected earth. Only that the bisection now runs from east to west. At 6, it lights up the earth from 0000 to 1200 while at 2 it lights the earth from 1200 to 0000. However, the moon light at these times may not last a complete twelve hours as the sun would eventually rises and its effect will obliterate the reflected rays from the