Posted: Saturday, June 15, 2019 @ 20:35
Pisa Pirani, The Constitution of Atlanta
– The full moon of this month, known as the strawberry moon, will illuminate the night sky from late Sunday, June 16th to Monday morning.
But do not expect a ruby-colored sphere in the sky. The name of the Moon actually comes from the Algonquin tribe, one of the most populous American tribes in North America, who consider the June full moon to signal to start harvesting wild strawberries, according to the agricultural almanac.
The world, including the American Indians, has baptized the months after the signs of nature, "the almanac says. Later, American Americans have accepted many of the names of the American Indians and included them in the modern calendar, as you will see in The Old Farmer's Almanac founded in 1
The Moon is also known as the Copper Moon, Moon Moon, and Europe's full moon moon.
The Almanac advises people to take a chair on the nights of June 16 and 17 for a wonderful view. Keep an eye on Jupiter and some of his moons!