NEW YORK (CNN) – It's time for another remarkable heavenly event. Do not forget to look at the sky for Strawberry in 2019. And for the lighted eyes there is a heavenly bonus with a prominent look from one of our fellow planets.
So you're not disappointed or confused first: The moon will not look like a big, round strawberry. This is because in North America the name comes from the Algonquin tribes of the Indians. This full moon is their sign of harvesting wild strawberries, according to the old farmer's almanac.
This moon has other names in other parts of the world. In Europe you may hear that it is called the Copper Moon, Mid Moon or Full Moon. In the southern hemisphere it can move from Oak Moon, Cold Moon or Long Moon, according to EarthSky.org.
The full moon peak occurs depending on your time zone.
In the Eastern Time Zone, the United States, it will happen at 4:30 pm on Monday, June 1
See the upper right of the timeanddate.com page to get time for your location.
But remember that peak time does not just mean watching time. As the Old Farmer's almanac points out, the moon will be full of viewers on June 16 and June 17 shortly after sunset. In Salt Lake City, the sun will set at 21:01. Monday.
For the best impression, look not at the peak time, but while the moon is still low on your horizon, says CNN manager Judson Jones.
"My favorite time is to watch the full moon, when the moon is low on the horizon, it allows you to capture the view of objects in the foreground, which makes the moon larger," Jones said, watching between several buildings or over the horizon, it will make you feel much bigger and give them more impact. "He adds that if you are around the ocean, a lake or mountains, the prospect can be very enjoyable.
How sweet! The last full moon before June's solstice passes from Strawberry, Rose or Honey Moon. They refer to what you can eat / grow at this time of the year, not in pink color. #WinterIsComing in the southern hemisphere enjoys the Long Night or the Cold Moon. NASA Moon (@NASAMoon) June 17, 2019
Now, for this heavenly bonus. You may notice a bright object floating right above the moon. This is not a star, but Jupiter. The largest planet of the Solar System is actually the closest to the Earth in 2019 on June 10, but still visible to the night sky. Even ordinary binoculars should give impressive results.
Strawberry Moon and Jupiter from dusk to dawn 🌘 [
And on 16 and 17, 2019 the moon will appear full of the eye as it shines near the planet Jupiter. overnight. Notice that the moon on Monday night is between Jupiter and Saturn. Read more: https://t.co/rj7QaSowuH 45 pic.twitter.com/UA1kfm5Pi2
– EarthSky (@earthskyscience) June 17, 2019
For those who love to follow earthly and heavenly events, we have the summer solstice, which appears only for a few days – on Friday, June 21st.
And the next full moon after Strawberry is the full moon on July 16th.
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