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As the full moon of April earned his nickname Pink Moon



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A full moon is seen rising above the horizon in New York, viewed by Western Orange, NJ, Saturday, April 4, 2015. (AP Photo / Julio Cortez)

The pink moon will shine in the night sky around the world at the end of the week, but a full moon can not appear, because its name can lead you to believe.

Full moon this moon will rise on Thursday night and will be visible throughout the world, allowing time. It will officially become 100% full at 4.12 pm on Friday. People who miss the Pink Moon on Thursday night can catch it on Friday night, because it will still appear as full.

The full moon of the months has a nickname that can often be traced hundreds of years before the Indians or early colonials from Europe.

"The full moon of April is called Full Moon Moon, announcing the appearance of" moss pink "or flock of wild terrains – one of the first spring flowers," the Old Farmer Almanac said.

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Flock's floral and purple plants bloom in the spring. (Photo / Atiline)

Despite her nickname, the upcoming full moon will not actually look pink. However, the moon may sometimes appear yellow, orange or even red depending on atmospheric conditions, as it first rains above the horizon.

This is also when the Moon appears its greatest due to optical illusion, sometimes referred to as a monthly illusion.

Other names for the full moon in April include the moon of the grass, the moon of the eggs, and the moon's fish.


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Observers may require a full moon to rise to the eastern sky on Thursday night just before sunset, local time. The moon will rise in the same area on Friday night; however, it will do so shortly after sunset, local time.

Once the darkness falls, the stars can look to the western sky to see the constellation Orion. This will be one of the last opportunities to see the well-known constellation by the end of summer or early autumn, as it is on the opposite side of the sun on Sundays around the summer solstice, which will take place on Friday, June 21, 2019.

Several shooting stars can also be transmitted through the sky, while the Pink Moon rises just a few nights before the top of the lyrical meteor shower, the first major meteor shower of January.

The next full moon will increase on May 18, 2019.

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