Don’t Miss The Pink Super Moon Tonight
I find that looking up at the night sky has been pretty relaxing during this weird time in life.
If last night is any indication of what the moon will look like tonight, I think we're in for a treat. Last night I took the picture below right outside my apartment:
That was a normal night. Tonight, however, on the lunar schedule is the Pink Moon. According to ABC7 NY the Pink Moon will "rise as a supermoon at 10:35 p.m."
The Pink Moon, just like all the other Supermoons, gets its name from the time of year. The Pink moon represents, according to the Farmers Almanac, "the appearance of the “moss pink,” or wild creeping phlox—one of the early spring flowers."
And just another heads up, don't get too excited. The moon won't actually be pink. The Farmers Almanac says "The Moon will be its usual golden color near the horizon and fade to a bright white as it glides overhead."
Tonight's forecast calls for clouds and possible rain showers, but it won't hurt to peek outside your window tonight at 10:35 pm.
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