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6.13.14 … We’ll have to wait until June 13, 2098, for the next one …

Honey moon, strawberry moon:

Honey moon!!

Tonight, get ready for a Honey Moon…

Starting at exactly 9:11 p.m., you can see the Honey Moon at its very fullest.

A champagne-colored full moon will appear in the sky, a celestial event that hasn’t happened in almost a century.

A “Honey Moon” is what the June full moon is called since it glows amber…And the last time it fell on a Friday the 13th was in 1919.

At this time of year, the moon is closest to the horizon, which makes it appear bigger, and it glows amber as the light reflects through the atmosphere.

We’ll have to wait until June 13, 2098, for the next one.

Source: Facebook


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