(CBS) – A glowing Pink Moon could be seen from the sky in northeast Indiana Saturday night, just in time for Easter.

The video shows a view of the moon from Santiago, Chile– but we don’t have to go that far to get a look at the celestial phenomenon. Locals captured the sight with their own phones and cameras.

It’s called a Pink Moon because it appears in April and is named after an American plant, pink phlox, that blooms in spring.

The Pink Moon is predicted to shine during the weekend through early Monday, and may be visible in most parts of the world.