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06.21.2024 (32 days ago)

Strawberries at night

Strawberries at night
32 days ago 5 comments Categories: Lifestyle Tags:
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We had a Strawberry Moon last night. Did you see it?

 

This year, the Full Moon coincides with the summer solstice. It reached peak illumination at 9:08PM last night. Because of this, today the Sun will be at its highest of the year.

 

Fun Facts: June’s full Moon—typically the last full Moon of spring or the first of summer—has traditionally been called the Strawberry Moon. While strawberries certainly are a reddish-pink color and are roundish in shape, the origin of the name “Strawberry Moon” has nothing to do with the Moon’s hue or appearance. A Moon usually appears reddish when it’s close to the horizon because the light rays must pass through the densest layers of the atmosphere.

 

So break out some fresh strawberries and celebrate!

 

 
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