HOUSTON – April’s full moon, known as the “pink moon,” was visible in the skies over Houston on Monday night.
Despite the colorful nickname, the moon wasn’t actually pink. The term comes from pink-colored flowers that typically grow this time of year, signaling the beginning of spring.
This moon was about three days past perigee -- when it is nearest to Earth in its orbit. So, while it appeared fairly large, it was not considered a super moon.
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Super Pink Moon with my Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra
Pink moon, very cloudy.
The Pink Moon over Rosenberg
My shot of the Pink Moon. Enjoy your time 🙂
We need a night sky pin! Pink Moon full! WilsonHill Colorado County. And Boxie Kallina would have captured it over his windmill.