June’s Full “Strawberry” Moon is also a ‘supermoon,’ the second one of 2022. It reaches peak illumination at 7:52 a.m. EDT on Tuesday, June 14th, but its golden face won’t be viewable over North America until just after sunset as it rises in the southeastern sky. It will however appear full from Sunday evening through Wednesday morning, … and by the way, it won’t be ‘pink.’ 🌝
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The perfect night to capture the waning Strawberry moon...
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“Full strawberry moon, ~ Haiku by Patricia L. Cisco*
ushers in hot days of June,
high tides fill the dune,
hot sun rising soon,
fishing in the afternoon,
whistling my own tune!”
The last supermoon of 2021 rises over the Atlantic on Thursday, June 24th, 2021…
Find out all about this month’s full moon and how to view it: *HERE.
By the way, the above *Old Farmer’s Almanac article cites the Cherokee when naming this month’s full ‘Green Corn’ moon. In the Southeastern United States, however, the Muscogee Creek Confederacy is more closely associated with the Green Corn Moon and Green Corn Festival. In the words of researcher Richard Thornton, “Each province and ethnic group within the Creek Confederacy determined its own date and rituals for the Green Corn Festival. The date of the festival generally coincided with the ripening of the roasting ears,”… and not necessarily with the cycle of the moon.