Full Moon Timings
As per the reports, the Strawberry Supermoon is set to appear at 7:51 am EDT (1151 am GMT). However, viewers can enjoy seeing the full moon during the day and after the exact event.
What makes this full moon special?
To begin with, this year’s full moon is the second among the four consecutive supermoons, and it will seem somewhat more significant than a full moon at its greatest distance from Earth. According to NASA forecasts, this full moon is said to be significantly brighter and more prominent than usual. Casual viewers, on the other hand, are unlikely to detect the change.
How to see the Strawberry Supermoon?
occurrences will likely be enjoyed by stargazers online for free. The Virtual Telescope Project in Italy will host a free live broadcast of the Strawberry Supermoon today. It will begin airing at 3:15 pm EDT. When the full moon rises above Rome, the live telecast will begin.
Strawberry Supermoon: Meaning
The name ‘Strawberry Supermoon’ comes from a variety of places and times, including European, Native American, and Colonial American sources. The name stems from wild strawberries being ready for plucking around June in North America.
The full moon of June was dubbed ‘Strawberry Moon’ by indigenous people to commemorate the ripening of wild strawberries.
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