The first full moon of the summer season appeared on the night of Thursday, June 24, closer to Earth. In the Northern Hemisphere, it is referred to as Hot Moon, meaning summer, while those who prefer it talk about the strawberry supermoon, as the Indians used to say, because it coincides with the harvest of red fruit.
Experts describe it as an orange sphere that gradually turns yellow and when it rises high it is up to 30% brighter but perhaps too cloudy.
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