This Strawberry Moon will be much dimmer than the recent series of supermoons, not because the moon will be farther away from the Earth, but because it will pass through part of the Earth's shadow to create a lunar eclipse, Accuweather reported.
Tomorrow morning's lunar eclipse is "penumbral", which means that though the earth will move between the sun and moon, the three won't form a straight line. There are three different types of Solar Eclipse, Total Solar Eclipse, Partial Solar Eclipse, and Annular Solar Eclipse.More news: James hopes to build on his worldie for Wales
People across the world will be able to watch the full moon, however, for several countries in the Eastern Hemisphere (including India), the full moon on Friday will showcase a penumbral lunar eclipse. The end of the season sees another penumbral lunar eclipse on July 5th, favoring the Americas. This makes it the first full moon of summer, which began on June 1.
"The eclipse may be undetectable unless at least half of the moon enters the penumbra", it added.
Before strawberries were introduced to this side of the pond, the June Full Moon was known as the Rose Moon due to the blossoming of roses.More news: Tiger to team with 11-year-old Charlie in Father-Son
Since it is a penumbral lunar eclipse, after some time, the Strawberry Moon is likely to be faint and make it hard for people to see. There will be four such eclipses this year (the first was in January) - the last will be on 30 November.
A total solar eclipse will happen on June 21 which will be visible throughout Northern Australia, Africa, and Asia.
Though subtle, you'll be able to see the difference in the moon before and after the eclipse if you photograph both moments. The entire duration of the eclipse is 3 hours 18 minutes and 13 seconds.More news: Danish minister resigns over mink virus row
As the Moon orbits both the Earth and the Sun, different amounts of the side of the Moon we see are lit up.