Strawberry Moon 2018: See June's full moon tonight

Strawberry Moon 2018: See June's full moon tonight

Technically the full moon only happens for a moment: when the sun and the moon are on exactly opposite sides of the earth.

It's always exciting to watch a total lunar eclipse in the sky, especially when it is projected to be the longest one in your lifetime. It will be long because there is both a full moon and a moon apogee happening simultaneously.

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The moon rises above lower Manhattan and One World Trade Center in New York City on June 10, 2017, as seen from West Orange, NJ. They usually named a full moon based on some significant event that occurred around that time.

Why Is This Particular Lunar Eclipse So Long? The initial phase of the eclipse will be visible in New Zealand before its final stage is seen in parts of South America. At their furthest from each other, the two planets can be around 400m km apart.

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As of now, the eclipse can be seen only on "We will actually be able to see the total eclipse as the Moon is setting, and the Moon will set in total eclipse, which will be a real cool view", Griffin said. According to The Weather Channel, on July 31, Mars will move within 35.8 million miles of Earth. Eastern, and it will be high in the sky at that point. "It's incredibly bright and incredibly red", Griffin said.

Tonight, Inverse explained, "Earth's orbit will bring the planet in between Saturn and the sun, which will place Saturn opposite the sun in Earth's sky and create a rare opportunity to observe the ringed planet throughout the night".

Mars is red because it is covered in a layer of dust mainly made up of iron, which has rusted.

A blood moon lunar eclipse will provide night-time spectacle to people around the world next month. It would be "very very bright" during the last week of July.

The forecast calls for partly to mostly clear conditions so viewing should be decent in Northwest Florida.

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