The next full Moon is on 8 April 2020 at 3.35am GMT in the UK. The biggest and brightest supermoon of the year is set to take place in April 2020. The pink supermoon, sometimes called a Paschal full moon, will take place on April 8, filling the night sky with a bright and luminous tribute to the spring season. The name comes from the Greek word for 'passover,' chosen because the pink supermoon is the first full moon to take place after the Spring Equinox, which occurred on March 19.
The Libra full moon on Tuesday, April 7, 2020, increases the risks associated with the coronavirus pandemic. Full moon April 2020 makes an aspect to Neptune that is associated with health imbalances. And Neptune is the planet of illness and infection. The April 2020 full moon is made more dangerous by Mars square Uranus. This impulsive influence makes people rebellious and aggressive. Jupiter conjunct Pluto amplifies the risks but a positive aspect to Mercury gives understanding and common sense. It means smart thinking and cooperation with friends and neighbors is the key to staying safe and relatively happy during the difficult moon phase.