Rejoice! April’s brightest ‘Full Pink Moon’ is visible today
April’s brightest ‘Full Pink Moon’ will be visible on Friday!
According to the science reads, we were taught that the moon light up the night sky because it reflects back sunlight. The luminescent best happens when it’s directly opposite the sun, usually the full moon.
In February the full moon was also a supermoon nicknamed as ‘Super Snow Moon’. Now the brightest full moon in the April month is known as the ‘Pink Moon”, a great treat for the nature lovers and photographers!
According to the express UK, the April full moon is not pink colour. The name is derived after a North American glower called wild “ground phlox” or “moss pink”. These flower blooms during springtime, hence the season full moon was mentioned after it by Native Americans. It also holds other names include; sprouting grass moon, the Egg Moon and the Fish Moon.
The Pink moon will arrive full moon on April 19th at 4:42 pm in India.
The Moon starts rising in the eastern azure over New York City, Atlantic City and Newark at around 6:50 PM on Thursday and 8 PM on Friday.
Observers in Philadelphia will be able to see the moon start rising in the eastern sky at 6:54 p.m. on Thursday and 8:05 p.m. on Friday.
It is also stated that the full moon poses no danger for our naked eyes.
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