April's full moon, known as the Pink Moon, is set to premiere on Friday, April 19. Considering the extended visibility of the full moon, everyone should be able to watch Pink Moon this Good Friday in their time zone.
"Pink" refers to the pink ground phlox or "moss pink" plant that blooms in spring-not connected in any way with the moon's color. Here is everything you need to know. According to Globe at Night, the easiest way to find Orion is to look in the west to southwest sky for three bright stars close together in nearly a straight line. So, while it will appear fairly large, it is not considered a super moon. The sun's light hits these molecules and then depending on the length of the wavelength appear differently to our eyes. For best viewing check your local moon rise and set times.
This year's full moon is also connected to the date of Easter. This phase is when we're plugged in fully to the power of the moon, which rules over the subtle energetic body, our intuition, our connection to our inner world, shadows and emotions.
The full moon is the energetic peak of the moon's cycle and is a time when we can focus on manifesting, connecting to our intuition, and honing in on our spiritual practice.
In other words, the moon is completely sunlight and appears to us from the earth as a round white disk. The last monthly blue moon was in March 2018, and the next won't occur until October 2020.
The suggestion is that a full moon's gravitational pull affects the amniotic fluid in the same way it affects the water in the sea and rivers, as well as influencing the levels of the hormone melatonin.
Even checking on other stars can be hard as the moon's bright light can outshine them.