We all know that sunlight is hot, or at least, it is warm. If you stand in the shade on a hot day, then it is cooler in the shade than it was in the sunlight. Moonlight is supposed to be the sunlight reflecting off of the moon, but the light from the moon has different properties than light from the sun. People have started doing research on the moon, and one of the interesting discoveries is that moonlight is actually a cool-producing light. If you have an object laying in the moonlight, and then shade part of it with a cardboard box or other object, and then use one of the digital thermometers to test the temperature; you will find that the temperature is a bit cooler in the moonlight than in the shaded area. There are several videos from people who have done tests on the temperature of moonlight, some of them are very short, and some are a half hour or more. I am just posting a very short one that gives you the idea of how it works; but if you want to look, there are some much more technical ones.