Super Pink Moon Will Appear In The Sky On April 7th 2020
The Super Pink Moon on the night of April 7 and morning of April 8 is expected to be just around 356,000 km from the Earth. At most times, the distance between the Earth and the moon is around 384,000 km.
There is something to look forward to, and look out at from your home, on Super Pink Moon Will Appear In The Sky And Take Your Breath Away on April 8.
The biggest and brightest moon of this year is set to appear in the skies above you in a couple of days’ time.
Incidentally, this isn’t the first super moon of the year, because there has been one in February and one in March but compared to what is in store this time around, those could just be the trailers to the main act.
the first full moon of spring! For an astrology-lover like myself, this is an extremely exciting time, especially when you factor in the full moon’s meaning for April 2020.
This just so happens to be the Super Pink Moon, also known as the Paschal Full Moon, and in addition to being beautiful, it’ll also be quite the game-changer.
To get the full scoop, I turned to the AstroTwins, Opi and Tali Edut, who broke down all there is to know about the full moon’s meaning, full moon rituals, and when exactly this is all going down.
Let me start off with the bad news: No, the Super Pink Moon isn’t actually pink.
That doesn’t mean it won’t be a site to see, though! Because it’s a supermoon, it will be noticeable bigger and brighter than a regular full moon, and you can see for yourself the night of April 7th.
That’s Tuesday, so mark your calendar! The moon is predicted to be its brightest at around 10:35 p.m. ET.
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