The most super of supermoons is coming to the sky tonight, which is something we can all enjoy from — and I cannot stress this enough — inside of our respective apartments. Well, most of us, anyway. Not me, as my first floor apartment window overlooks the building's garbage disposal area, and if I crane my neck upwards I can only see a small slice of sky through a trellis of fire escapes. But I will live vicariously through your blurry yet enthusiastic images on social media.

This will reportedly be "the biggest and brightest supermoon of the year," according to CNN, however, it will not be the pinkest. Just as the recent worm moon looked absolutely and disappointingly nothing like a worm, the pink moon won't be pink. Space.com reports that it's named for "a pink wildflower, Phlox subulata, which commonly blooms in eastern North America in the early springtime," also noting that, "Full moon names in the almanac often come from names originally created and used by Native American tribes."

While it won't be pink, it may be be a nice golden tone, and it will definitely be up to "7% bigger and significantly brighter than the average full moon in the night sky." We recommend peeking out your window or Zooming your friend with roof access at around 10:35 p.m. ET (or anytime between then and midnight), when it will look its most stunning, according to EarthSky.org.

The next Supermoon is on May 7th, but before then, NASA says to look out for a "planetary quartet of Jupiter, Saturn, Mars and the Moon [to] make a showing in mid-April," which will not happen again for a couple of years.

For tonight, here is your soundtrack:

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