Believe it or not, we celebrate 46 years since man stepped on the lunar surface for the first time. Our natural satellite, despite being closer than any other celestial object, is surrounded by myths, confusions and legends. Why don't you see stars in the images of the Apollo missions? Is October's full Moon the most beautiful? Why does the Moon look so big when it peeks over the horizon? Is it true that more babies are born with the full Moon? The answers that "Cielos despejados" gives you in this episode will surprise you and confront your most deeply rooted beliefs.