when and where to see the last blood supermoon of 2021 in Arizona

 

Super Flower Blood Moon 2021: Where, when, and how to see the supermoon lunar eclipse








If you find that the moon is half as magical as we are, there will be a celestial event later this month that you cannot miss. The last supermoon of 2021, known as the Strawberry Moon, will rise above the Arizona sky on the night of June 24 and promises to be an impressive sight.

 

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If you thought last month's total lunar eclipse was great, wait until you see what June has in store.

On the 24th of this month, the strawberry full moon will light up the night sky and create a truly enchanting scene.


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The moon is scheduled to peak at around 1 p.m. MST, which means that the sun will obscure our view.

 

One of the most incredible things about this particular moon is that it is a "Super Moon."

 

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Supermoons are full moons that coincide with perigee, or the closest the moon gets to Earth in its orbit. This results in a larger than usual full moon.

 

Despite its name, the moon will not appear bright pink.


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It's called "Strawberry Moon" in reference to the abundance of strawberry plants that are ready for harvest in June.

 

The term was coined by the Algonquin, Ojibwe, Dakota, and Lakota peoples, among others.

 







Alternative names for the June full moon include Blooming Moon, Green Corn Moon, and Hoer Moon.

 

 

There will be no more supermoons in 2021, so you don't want to miss this one.

 

 

Eyes to the sky, Arizona!

 

 




You won't need any special equipment to view the Strawberry Moon in all its glory, so it can be easily viewed from your front or backyard.

 

Will you turn your eyes skyward on the night of June 24 to see the full Strawberry Supermoon?



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