The hoax makers are again busy generating rumors about the 15 days of darkness in November 2016, just like what happened in 2015. However, these rumors could turn out to be completely untrue.

According to new reports, the American space agency NASA has confirmed that there will be complete 15 days of darkness between November 15 and 29. The report has been published by The Bored Mind, and it cites NASA's Charles Bolden confirming that there will be 15 days of total darkness in November.

The website further explains that total darkness between November 15 and 29 would be result of an intense interaction between two giants in the solar system - Venus and Jupiter. The report further states that NASA confirmed the news after it presented a 1000-page report explaining the rare astronomical event to the White House.

According to the report, the rare phenomenon would start at around 3:00 a.m. on November 15 and end at around 4:45 p.m. on November 29. In addition, the publication reports that there are not any major side effects linked to the 15 days of darkness. However, the temperature of Earth is expected to increase by at least 6 to 8 degrees during this phenomenon.

However, several other reports have totally discarded the rumor stating that it is just another hoax. A similar rumor surface in 2015 as well, claiming that there will be 15 days of total darkness in November, similar to what people in Alaska experience during winters.

The myth was debunked when there was no darkness at all. It will debunk in 2016 as well, according to Universe Today. The publication claims that NASA has not confirmed anything like that at all and that these kind of speculations are completely false.

People have been further advised to stay calm, as there will be no Black Friday after Thanksgiving. Nothing will happen to Earth as there is no total darkness ahead.