Brighter days are upon us.
The first pink supermoon of 2021 will rise above the horizon projecting a brilliant hue that’s bigger than a full moon on Monday night.
The supermoon, historically known as the Pink Moon, shall be seen at round 11:32 p.m. and the moon will look like full by Wednesday morning, in accordance to NASA.
Supermoons, which seem to have an enhanced glow and look bigger within the sky, are typically round 7% greater and round 15% brighter than the standard full moon, in response to the Farmers’ Almanac.
And whereas some viewers could also be desperate to see the pink-colored moon, it received’t really be pink, however as a substitute, look like extra golden.
“Earlier than you get your hopes up, this ‘Tremendous Pink Moon’ received’t really look ‘tremendous pink’—or any hue of pink, actually. The Moon shall be its normal golden shade close to the horizon and fade to a brilliant white because it glides overhead!” the Farmer’s Almanac says.
For those who don’t catch the primary supermoon on Monday, don’t fret – the second supermoon shall be seen on Could 26 and is predicted to be even greater and brighter.