On the off chance that you are a moon sweetheart as am I, you won’t have any desire to miss the night sky tonight.
There will be a “Strawberry Moon” for us to see in the entirety of its greatness.
Throughout the end of the week, NASA stated: ‘The following Full Moon will be on Monday morning, June 17, 2019, showing up ‘inverse’ the Sun – in Earth-based longitude–at 4.31am EDT.
‘The Moon will seem full for around three days around this time, from Saturday night through Tuesday morning.’
For what reason is it a “Strawberry Moon”?
Early Local American clans, called the Midsummer Full Moon the “Full Strawberry Moon”, since it landed at the time when strawberries were gathered. This was back before they were accessible constantly. Be that as it may, not every person had strawberries. In Europe they named this full moon Rose Moon, Special first night and Mead Moon.
While the name recommends that June’s full moon proposes it might turn a shade of red, you won’t mistake its shading for that of a strawberry. It changes shading marginally, seeming more splendid in the event that you live further north.
You can discover what the best time to see the Strawberry Moon is with this Moonrise and Moonset number cruncher.