Among the prettiest of celestial events visible to the naked eye is the glorious pink supermoon. It graced the skies on April 27 and 28 of 2021; however, it is the first of two supermoons that shall be seen this year, reports IE.
If you missed the last one, fret not for the next supermoon shall be seen on May 26. It is slated to be the closest supermoon of 2021 as it shall be 357,463km (222,117 miles) away from Earth.
A super moon is essentially a full moon that is also known as the Sprouting Grass Moon or Egg Moon. This pink moon is said to appear bigger and brighter when it is closest to our planet.
Sky gazers from around the globe managed to click breathtaking visuals of this celestial phenomenon. We bring you some of the most alluring shots we found-
— Tim Durkan (@timdurkan) April 27, 2021
— Cody (@LilC9488) April 29, 2021
— Oscar Sannen (@Sannen_O) April 28, 2021
— Jodi Moore (@WriterJodiMoore) April 28, 2021
— Jjohnboy2000 (@jjohnboy2000) April 28, 2021
— James Montanus (@JamesMontanus) April 27, 2021
— Antonio Paris (@AntonioParis) April 27, 2021
— Coco Coindreau S. (@coco_coindreau) April 27, 2021
— Sonia Bashir 🔥📸 (@SoniaBashir_) April 26, 2021
— HERRY (@herry_with_an_e) April 27, 2021
Tonight's #PinkSupermoon rises above ISAT and East Campus. 🌔
The supermoon will be the biggest and brightest in the sky tonight at 11:32pm EDT so make sure to look up if you're out tonight! pic.twitter.com/d8MBCmUjSM
— JMU (@JMU) April 27, 2021
— Superman (@jonathanbelle) April 27, 2021
Well, these stunning pictures surely made my day!