Pink moon will appear in the sky on Saturday, April 16. You may have seen completely white or red moon on many full moon days in the sky. According to reports in the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), a pink moon will appear in the sky on April 16, Saturday.
According to NASA, the pink moon will appear full for about 3 days centered on this time, from early Friday Morning through early Monday Morning. So it makes a full moon weekend. It is because that the moon appearing opposite the Sun in Earth based longitude at 2:55 P.M. EDT. This will be on Sunday morning from the India Standard Time Zone eastward across the rest of Asia, Australia and the Pacific Ocean to the International Date Line.
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