If you look to the sky Sunday night, you'll likely catch the full strawberry moon hanging over the United States.
The strawberry moon will reach its peak at 4:30 a.m. That is on the grounds that in North America, the name originates from Algonquin clans of Native Americans.
Europeans call this as the Rose Moon and some believe this name comes from the colour of the full Moon at this time of year. According to the experts, the Strawberry moon will shine the brightest on Monday night and Tuesday morning.
A so-called "Strawberry Moon" will be visible over Leeds on Monday.
So in order to see the Strawberry Moon in all its glory, stargazers will need to wait until moonrise around 9.30pm BST in the evening.
So you're not disillusioned or confounded, first of all: The moon won't really resemble a major, round strawberry.
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This full moon will also be the last one of the spring season as summer officially starts June 21.
That will also be a partial lunar eclipse as the northern part of the full moon will clip the southern part of the Earth's dark shadow on July 16, 2019. It is referred to as the Strawberry moon, honey moon or mead moon. "My preferred time to watch the full moon is as it is ascending over the eastern skyline".
As previously mentioned, June's full moon is named due to harvesting reasons. The reason the moon would get a reddish tinge is that the orbit of the Moon around the Earth is nearly in the same plane as the orbit of the Earth around the Sun - only about five degrees off.
This month, the side of the moon facing Earth will be fully lit by the sun, appearing as a ideal circle.
According to meteorologist Judson Jones, viewing the Strawberry Moon while it's still rising will make it appear bigger.
From Sunday evening till Monday morning, the planet Jupiter will appear to the right of the almost full Moon.