Here's When You Can See The Strawberry Moon!

After sunset today, the moon will rise above the horizon known as the Strawberry Moon and it will pass through the outer part of the Earth's shadow.

When this happens, a penumbral lunar eclipse will then occur. Keep in mind that it will be very faint. Then, The Strawberry Moon will reach peak illumination but won't be visible until night.

If you didn't know this already, it's not called a "Strawberry Moon" because of the coloring. It originates from the Algonquin tribes that viewed June's full moon as a time to gather strawberries that were ripening.

So I guess that also means, strawberry season is officially here!

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