A Strawberry Moon, solstice, and meteor shower will dance across the skies this June

Wednesday, May 31, 2023 - 15:23 in Astronomy & Space

Moon fans should keep their eyes peeled for the Strawberry Moon on June 3 and 4. NASA/Joel Kowsky June 1 and 2Mars Passes Through Beehive Star ClusterJune 3 and 4Full Strawberry MoonJune 21Summer SolsticeJune 27Bootid Meteor Shower Maximum Those of us in the Northern Hemisphere are enjoying the longest daylight hours of the year ahead of the summer solstice, and across the world many may even be able to see a unique sunspot on the surface of our favorite star.  Summer stargazing season is quickly approaching, but summer skies can be hazy which makes  some celestial events difficult to see. But there is still plenty to see in the mild night skies this June. Here are some events to look out for and if you happen to get any stellar sky photos,...

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