A beautiful sight will be seen in the sky this week. The last super moon of the year (Last Supermoon 2021) will be in the sky on June 24. According to the Farmer’s Alamanac, it was named Strawberry Moon because strawberry picking season has arrived in North America these days. According to the US space agency NASA, the super moon will begin to appear early on Wednesday, but the next day it will be at its highest altitude.
During this time, the moon is closest to its orbit around the Earth (perigee) and is therefore larger and brighter than a normal full moon. Strawberry Moon usually occurs on the last full moon in spring. It is also called Blooming Moon, Green Corn Moon, Hoer’s Moon, Birth Moon, Laying Moon, Hatching Moon, Honeymoon, and Mead Moon. It is called ‘Honey Moon’ because of the custom of getting married in June.
Mars with the Moon, Venus too
Strawberry Moon will be gold and not pink on Thursday. It will spread like this until about Saturday. Interestingly, along with the moon, Venus and Mars will also be visible in the sky during this time. In 1930, Maine Farmer Almanac began printing the name American Indian Moon. According to this, the full moon in April is called Pink Moon. It is named after a plant
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It is found in America.