What's a 'pink moon,' anyway? (+video) – Christian Science Monitor

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Friday night, the annual ‘pink moon’ will grace the night sky. Despite the name, the moon will not appear pink in color, but it will be different from all other full moons of the year. Courtesy of Goddard Space Flight Center/NASA. View Caption. About
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