YOU are in for a treat if you gaze up at the sky this evening (Tuesday) ­— for a super pink moon will move into view.

The full moon will be at perigee-syzygy, meaning it will be closest to the earth and appear bigger and brighter than usual.

While named a pink moon on account of it often corresponding with the blooming of pink wildflowers in North America, its name doesn't refer to its colour.

The full moon will peak at 3.35am tomorrow, but experts say it will look most impressive at around 8pm tonight, as it rises over the horizon.

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