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Pink Moon: Why the moon won't actually be pink in April

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8 April 2020

On 8 April 2020 BBC News reported: The full moon in April, known as the Pink Moon, lit up the skies on Tuesday night. In many cultures, including Native American tribes, people named the full moons throughout the year as a way to keep track of time. ... April's full moon marks important festivals and holidays for people around the world too. The date of Easter is the first Sunday following the full moon, which itself follows the spring equinox. Hindus celebrate the birth of Hanuman in India in a festival called Hanuman Jayanti. The April full moon will also mark the beginning of Jewish Passover. Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the fields of science and culture, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.

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