If you're looking for something to do from inside your home, all you have to do is look out your window. The supermoon in April will be the biggest and brightest of the year and you can watch it rise from all over Canada. Well, only if it's a clear night!\nIt's so big because its fullness coincides with the lunar perigee, the time when Earth's largest natural satellite is at the lowest point in its orbit.\nThe moon becomes completely full on the evening of April 7 at 7:35 p.m. PT; 8:35 p.m. MT and CST; 9:35 p.m. CDT; 10:35 p.m. ET; 11:35 p.m. AT; and April 8 at 12:05 a.m. NT.\nAll you have to do to see it is have clear skies above you and look outside.\nIf you're looking to the east at nightfall you can also spot some stars around the moon, because it swings between Arcturus and Spica, two of the brightest springtime stars in the northern hemisphere.\nFull moons in April always happen in front of the constellation Virgo, signaling the arrival of spring here in Canada.\nView this post on Instagram Bringing back this Gem with the new Watermark cause 😮😍😍 • • • #moon #moonphotography #moonlight #photogenic #astrophotography #astrology #astro #firsttry #moonshots #photographyaddict #photographers #photographer #photographylovers #photographersofinstagram #photographersofig #canonphoto #canonphotography #canonphoto #canonculture #followme #spreadlove #canon @canonusa #canonwhatelse #astronomy #fullmoonphotography #fullmoon #natgeoyourshot #natgeo #natgeomoon #supermoon #wormmoon A post shared by Jaycob Garvin (@jaycobgarvin_photography) on Apr 1, 2020 at 10:56am PDT\nWhen the moon reaches its lunar perigee, it will be about 356,909 kilometres away from Earth.\nAccording to the Old Farmer's Almanac, supermoons are about 7% bigger and 15% brighter than a typical full moon.\nView this post on Instagram Supermoon sets behind the CN Tower in #Toronto #Canada #SupermoonCanada #Supermoon #Supermoon2016 #Supermoon🌕 A post shared by Funtastic Baby (@funtasticbabyy) on Nov 14, 2016 at 8:41am PST\nEach month's lunar event has a name that corresponds with something that happens during that month.\nFor April, it's given the "pink" title because of the early springtime blooms of a North American wildflower that's also called "moss pink."\nUnfortunately, that orb up in the sky won't actually be a rosy colour.\nAnother supermoon will happen in May as well, so keep an eye out for that!