Tonight the night (well early morning to be precise) will be illuminated with the magical phenomenon of a ‘Pink Moon’.
Be prepared to feast your eyes on this fine beauty as it’s a particularly special one this time as it will also be a Super moon, which is much bigger and brighter than an average full moon.
Super moons are 7% larger and 15% brighter when compared to an average full moon, and it is surely a sight to see.
When the moon’s orbit around the reaches the point closest to the earth, the Moon will appear bigger and brighter than your average full moon.
This month’s Super moon will mark 2020’s brightest (0.5% brighter) and largest Supermoon!
The Pink moon is aptly named from the pink spring wildflowers that frequently blossom in April.