(Undated) — Something is happening in the skies tonight that many of us will never see again. For the first time since 1967, there will be a full moon on the first day of summer. Summer officially starts at 5:34 pm. Tonight’s full moon is called the Strawberry moon because Algonquin tribes saw it as a sign to start picking ripening strawberries. The next time a full moon will occur on the first day of summer will be June 21st, 2062.
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