The more correct question is do we move faster at night?
Answer. Posted on Saturday, March 14, 2015.
We are moving among the stars and performing the two main movements. We are rotating along with the Earth around its axis and at the same time rotating around the Sun. The both movements are added according to vector rules. At midnight the rotation velocity is added to the forward velocity of the Earth, and at noon, on the contrary, the rotation velocity is subtracted from the forward velocity. So, at the midnight, we are moving among the stars faster than at noon.