Gazers could have struggled to get a clear view of the celestial event last night thanks to cloud cover, however some watchers surely got an incredible glimpse at the special event.
Those who were very lucky were able to see the planets of Venus, Mars, Saturn, and Jupiter in the sky.
The name Pink Moon does not mean the moon was actually pink.
Instead the name is derived from one of the first flowers to bloom in spring, the Wild Ground Phlox, that emerge at around the same time as April’s full moon.
According to The Old Farmer’s Almanac, the term was used by early US immigrants who adopted the names from native Americans and incorporated them into modern calendars.
The astrological calendar dictates the Pink Moon is one of the most “magical” full moons of the year as it falls in the sign of Scorpio and signifies a time of renewal and cleansing.
The Pink Moon is also referred to as the Sprouting Grass Moon, Fish Moon, Hare Moon, Egg Moon, and Paschal Moon.
May’s full moon is known as the Flower Moon and will take place on the 29th day of the month.
Other names for the lunar event include the Corn Planting Moon, the Milk Moon and the Hare Moon.
The event is dubbed the Flower Moon to signify the flowers that bloom during the time of year.
A wide variety of flowers bloom in the Northern Hemisphere in the month of May.
Anemone, wild garlic, indigo, bluebells, lupine, sundrops, and violets all typically emerge during the period.
June’s full moon will take place on the 28th day of the month while the celestial event after that will be on July 27.
Last month’s Pink Moon resulted in a number of pictures emerging on social media and online of sublime views.
Photos emerged of the event across all parts of the world.
Gazers posted pictures of the Pink Moon in Russia, the US and UK.
The next pink moon will take place on April 19, 2019 at 12.12am BST.