On April 7, 2020, after sunset, we will be able to visualise the biggest and brightest moon of the year.
Usually, the moon is known to be a “Supermoon” when it reaches the point that is nearest to the Earth’s orbit. They also have a 7-15% size difference than the average Moon. It may be called a Super Pink Moon but in reality, the Moon hasn’t coloured itself pink; it’s temporary.
This Moon is also acknowledged as the April Moon or the Spring Moon, as it is marking the season of Springtime. The last Supermoon of the year had occurred between March 9 to March 11 and it was called Super Worm Moon, because of the thawing ground and the appearance of worms.