Strawberry Moon is the first full moon after the summer solstice on June 24 this year and a unique celestial phenomenon will be visible in the sky on this day. On June 24, the moon will appear in the sky in the color of strawberries.
This unique astronomical event is called Strawberry Moon. On this day, the moon will appear large in size and pinkish in color like a strawberry. This moon that emerges on the full moon day in June is called Strawberry Moon.
In some places it is also called Hot Moon or Honey Moon. The Moon will appear much larger than its normal size due to its proximity to Earth in its orbit, then it will be called Strawberry- Moon. The moon of this full moon is called Strawberry Moon.
Where did the name Strawberry Moon come from?
The Strawberry-Moon derives its name from ancient American tribes, who marked the start of the harvesting season for strawberries with a full moon. Actually, Strawberry Moon is a local American name. It is known by different names in different parts of the world.
In Europe, the Strawberry-Moon is called the Rose Moon, which symbolizes the harvesting of roses. In the Northern Hemisphere it is called the Hot Moon because it marks the beginning of the summer season north of the equator.
It is considered a symbol of the beginning of summer there.The Strawberry Moon usually occurs on the last full moon of spring or the first of summer. It is also called Blooming Moon, Green Corn Moon, Hot Moon, Birth Moon, Egg Laying Moon and Hatching Moon, Honey Moon and Mead Moon. The Strawberry Moon will be visible for more than a night.
Recently many astronomical events have been seen
In recent times, many astronomical events have been seen. In the past, Super Moon, Blood Moon, Lunar Eclipse and then Ring of Fire i.e. Solar Eclipse were visible. Now on June 24, Strawberry-Moon will also be very special. According to the Hindu calendar, the Strawberry Moon marks the last full moon of spring and the first full moon of summer.