According to NASA, officially the moon will become full on 26th April,
i.e., Monday around 11.32pm and will be visible throughout Tuesday night,
and this will be the 2nd largest moon of 2021.
Probably this will not be a super pink, though it has nothing to do with moon`s hue,
as the name describes the as full moon, got its name from wild ground phlox.
When the moon's full phase coincides with its perigree, then a super moon is formed.
This is the time when it points in its orbit and becomes closest to Planet Earth.
Super moons are almost 7% bigger that the typical full moon. On May 26, we will witness another one,
where it will coincide with a total lunar eclipse.