Mondays are the start of your week, and for some people, we look forward to Monday night football.

Yesterday talking to my wife, she was saying that it feels it is a full moon.

She has a sixth sense about full moons and the way people feel and react.

Yesterday it looked like a full moon. After doing some research, I found out that.

While the Pink Moon is technically full on Monday, it will appear full from Sunday to Wednesday (April 25-28). It will reach its fullest phase at 11:32 p.m. EDT (02:30 a.m. GMT) Monday night.

A supermoon is a full moon that appears bigger than usual, though the difference may not be readily noticeable to casual observers. The full moon can appear 14% larger and 30% brighter during a supermoon since it occurs at the moon's closest point to Earth, its perigee.

If the clouds clear out tonight, Central Texans will be treated to a big celestial event: the first of two supermoons.

According to NASA, the moon will be closest to Earth tonight and directly opposite the sun. That means it'll appear bigger and brighter than usual.
If skies are clear enough, we should see the "pink moon" at its best at 10:30 PM Central Time. If we miss it tonight, more supermoon events are coming up on May 26 and June 24. In fact, the May 26 event will include a total lunar eclipse early in the morning.
My wife and I plan on lying outside in our hammock at approximately 10:30 pm and watch the supermoon.