The presence of bright sunlight makes the stars invisible during the daytime.
The presence of bright sunlight causes the stars to be invisible during the daytime. Stars aren’t visible during the daytime because the light-scattering properties of our atmosphere spread sunlight across the sky. Seeing the dim light of a distant star in the blanket of photons from our Sun becomes as difficult as spotting a single snowflake in a blizzard. Sunlight can scatter a lot with the help of obstacles between the path of the light. This phenomenon is known as the scattering of light. The distance of the earth from the sun is less during the daytime so that the scattered light is so bright that the other objectives (stars) are not visible during daylight time.