In this week, lucky spectators will see the huge full moon darken as a penumbra l lunar cover graces the sky. But don't wait for much madness along with this astronomical occasion. Despite famous myths, there's not much proof to back up the idea that the moon has much of a result on human or animal activities.
During the Nov. 28 planetary eclipse the full moon will overtake into the hazy external edge (penumbra) of Earth's shadow. This subtle shadow crossways the moon's outside will be visible in East Asia, Australia, Hawaii and Alaska, with probable views at moon set and moonrise for the western United States and division of Europe and Africa.