Strawberry Moon: Your pictures from the Summer Solstice phenomenon
Thanks for all these great pictures of the Strawberry Moon in our skies.
Also known as a Honey Moon, a Hot Moon or a Rose Moon, it's when June's full moon happens on the solstice.
It's generally a once-in-a-lifetime occurrence, happening every 50 to 70 years, and you'll have to wait 46 years for the next one.
But despite the name, it doesn't appear to be red or pink: it's name is derived from the Native American belief that the moon marks the start of the strawberry-picking season.
The moon’s low angle means its light must go through thicker air, which can lead to amber skies as it rises and falls.
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