Strawberry Supermoon Shines Brightest: Don’t Miss These Stunning Full Moons of the Year

The strawberry supermoon shone bright in the night sky this past weekend, illuminating the world below and reminding us of the beauty of the natural world. The moon, which is also called the full moon in Sagittarius, has a special significance for those who believe in astrology, as it is said to have a strong influence on our emotions and relationships.

According to NPR, the term “strawberry moon” is a Native American name for the full moon in June, when many tribes would harvest strawberries. While the moon itself doesn’t actually turn pink, it does take on a pale rose-colored glow in certain parts of the world, particularly during early evening hours.

For those living in north central West Virginia, the Strawberry Moon was visible in the sky on Sunday, June 6th, according to Sky-watchers across the world also took to social media to share their stunning photos of the full moon, including Fox News, which highlighted other amazing full moons to catch this year.

Despite the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, the beauty of the natural world continues to inspire and comfort people across the globe. As we look up at the night sky and reflect on the wonders of the universe, we are reminded of our interconnectedness and the importance of taking care of our planet.