The Moon is full at the start of the week, and despite this phase, there ARE things to see on it! Look at the eastern limb near the terminator to see some craters, both large and small. And mid-week, get set for some moon-shadows on Jupiter, as Ganymede casts a shadow on the surface of the clouds for North America, then on the weekend Europa casts a shadow visible to European observers. Also, where to see Mars and Venus in the night sky. See what's up in the night sky every week with "Eyes on the Sky" videos, astronomy made easy.