How To See The Strawberry Moon
On June 14, the Strawberry Moon will be accompanied by a supermoon, the second of 2022.
Strawberry Moon is the name given to this month's full moon.
However, it will not be seen until later in the evening in North American time zones.
Skywatchers are in for a treat this summer because they will not only be able to see the spectacular moon spectacle, but they will also be able to see the stars.
NASA classifies the natural satellite as a supermoon since it will be within 90 percent of perigee (its closest approach to Earth).
In addition to its most well-known name, "Strawberry," the full moon in June has several names, according to NASA.
In Europe, it's also known as the Mead or Honey Moon because the end of June marks the start of honey harvesting season.
The particular flower blooms around this time of year, June's celestial splendour is also known as the Rose Moon.
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