June’s full moon, also known as “strawberry moon,” is a rare celestial phenomenon that is lighting up the sky all weekend. If you’re an avid skywatcher, then you’re in luck because this weekend is your chance to witness this spectacular event.

The "strawberry moon" is the full moon that occurs in June—which, in some parts of the world, coincides with the start of strawberry season hence the name. This year, the “strawberry moon” will be at its fullest on June 5th, but it will be visible all weekend from June 4th to 6th.

The full moon will be at its peak on Saturday night – June 5th. This is the best chance to see the “strawberry moon” in all its glory. The moon will appear full for about three days, so if you can’t see it on Saturday night, don't worry, you will still be able to see it on Friday and Sunday night.

Make sure to choose a spot with minimal light pollution to get the best view possible. This means finding an area away from streetlights and other sources of illumination. Additionally, it’s recommended to watch the “strawberry moon” in