What is the Strawberry Moon and Why is Tonight’s Full Moon So Rare?
Something is happening tonight that hasn't happened since 1967.
Tonight, the full strawberry moon will be out, a full moon in June is considered a "strawberry moon" as it was a signal for Algonquin tribes to gather the ripening fruit, and it's the summer solstice, the longest day of the year.
The next time these two events happen at the same again is not until June 1st, 2062. You can watch a live stream of the event at starting at 7 pm CST at Slooh.