Moonlight is the light that reaches Earth from the Moon, consisting mostly of sunlight, with some starlight and earthlight reflected from those portions of its surface which the Sun's light strikes. When the Moon is nearest to Earth and viewed at high altitude at tropical latitudes, the illuminance can reach 0.32Â lux. The color of moonlight, particularly near full Moon, appears bluish to the human eye compared to most artificial light sources. This is because of the Purkinje effect - the light is not actually tinted blue, and although moonlight is often referred to as "silvery" it has no inherent silvery quality. The Moon's albedo is 0.136, meaning only 13.6% of sunlight incident on the Moon is reflected. Moonlight over the VLT Moonlight illuminates a lake and surroundings on the Earth Moon colored red by an eclipse Left side lit by the Earth, other side by the Sun With the right manipulation, photographs of moonlight don't appear that much different from sunlight. For example, sleeping in the light of a full Moon on certain nights was said to transform a person into a werewolf. The light of the Moon was thought to worsen the symptoms of lunatics, and to sleep in moonlight could make one blind, or mad.Nyctalopia was thought to be caused by sleeping in moonlight in the tropics. "Moon blindness" is a name for equine recurrent uveitis. In the 16th century, moonmilk, a soft white limestone precipitate found in caves, was thought to be caused by the rays of the moon.
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