The entire April pink moon of 2022 will appear in the near future, followed by a lunar eclipse

The entire April pink moon of 2022 will appear in the near future, followed by a lunar eclipse ...

Pink Easter bonnets. Pink Easter bonnets. And pink. Why not have a?

Well, when the sun turns full this weekend, there will be a sort of feeling. Although the moon will not look pink, it has a different behemoth because of the pink flowers that start to bloom in early April.

On Saturday night, the first full moon of spring will look like any other typical full moon sporting a yellow or golden-orange glow when it begins to rise and giving off a deep blue tint as it rises above the sky.

The next full moon will be a more spectacular event in May because it coincides with a. (More on that below.)

When should we see the movie?

According to reports in New York City, the near-full April moon (98% full) will rise in the eastern sky at 6:29 p.m. Friday, April 15, as, and the will rise at 7:42 p.m. on Saturday, April 16, the east-southeastern sky.

On Saturday, the moon will begin its eighth phase at 2:55 pm Eastern Daylight Time.

On Easter Sunday which is the moon is scheduled to rise in the east-southeastern sky at 8:57 p.m. and will be 99% full.

If you want to see the big morning moon as it is setting, it will sink in the west-southwestern sky at 6:20 a.m. Saturday, 6:47 a.m. Sunday, and 7:18 a.m. on Monday.

During a lunar eclipse in January 2019 in Brigantine, New Jersey, the full moon resembled in the sky. Many experts believe the reddish-orange color is the result of the term "blood moon."

When the so-called "flower moon" will reach its complete potential, you might want to mark your calendars for the upcoming year.

As all three celestial bodies line up in a straight row, the Earth's shadow will temporarily block the sun's light from shining on the moon's surface. During the eclipse, the moon will give off a rusty, reddish-orange glow, which is why many astronomy experts prefer it to a "."

The May lunar eclipse will be followed by two consecutive "" on June 14 and July 13. Supermoons appear to be slightly larger and brighter than the average full moon because their orbit is closer to the Earth.

The two of the 12 full moons in 2022 will be "supermoons" because they will be somewhat bigger and brighter than an average full moon.Len Melisurgo | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com

The on January 17, the on February 16 and the on March 18 are already on the way in 2022:

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