No it is synchronously locked in orbit around the earth with the same face presented towards the earth so the other side is never observed from the earth and it is called "dark" in the same manner as the "dark ages" are so called - because little or nothing was known about it (until the 1960's). . In the following picture of a "solar eclipse", the whole of the obscured side of the moon is lit directly by the sun and that is why the sunlight is blocked out from (at least certain areas of ) the Earth.
Best wishes - Majikthise. .
no, it is true that we only see one side, but the moon orbits the Earth and the side closest to the sun is always lit. The moon has days that are 27½ Earth days long.
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