A PINK supermoon will dominate the sky above Australia on Tuesday night, the first of two spectacular moons in a month.
The phenomenon’s name is a little bit of “false advertising”, astronomer Sara Webb told AAP, as the moon won’t actually be pink.
However, it will appear 17 per cent bigger and 30 per cent brighter, and will still be “absolutely stunning”, she said.
“It’s one of those moons that when you’re driving along or you’re outside that you really like ‘woah’.”
The moon will begin rising…
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