'Pink' Moon lights up night sky in stunning display but looks distinctly orange.

The 'Pink' Moon has lit up the night sky around the world tonight despite looking distinctly orange. The full Moon for April was particularly luminous thanks to its location in relation to the Sun, but despite the catchy name a pink Moon isn't actually pink. The term is a Northern Native American reference to an early-blooming wildflower, which starts to pop up in the US and Canada at the beginning of spring. It’s also known as the Egg Moon, Sprouting Grass Moon, Growing Moon or Full Fish Moon.
According to the Royal Museums Greenwich, the full Moon was set to reach its peak little afternoon, at 12.12pm, though it would not be easy to see until dusk. It occurs when the Moon is located on the opposite side of the Earth as the Sun, meaning its face is fully illuminated.