Tuesday 7th April will see the rise of the largest “Supermoon” in 2020. It will appear to be pink in colour and if the sky is clear where you are then you should be able to see it!
Known as the Pink Moon, the full moon of April will occur at 10:35 p.m. EDT (0235 GMT on April 8th) that’s about 8 hours after reaching the nearest point from Earth in its orbit.
You can find out more about April’s Pink Moon over on Space.com well worth a read, especially for any children interested in space.
So don’t forget to have a peek outside this evening to see if you can spot the biggest Supermoon of 2020.
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