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    June’s strawberry moon will appear full from Sunday moonrise to Wednesday moonset, according to NASA. It will reach its peak at 7:52 a.m. ET Tuesday but will not be fully visible in North America until moonrise. 

    This year’s strawberry moon is the first of two consecutive supermoons. Supermoon usually refers to a full moon that appears brighter and larger than other moons because it is at its closest orbit to Earth. 

    The ideal time to look at the moon is when it is rising or setting since that’s when it will appear the largest to the naked eye. Petro recommends that moon gazers seek out a clear horizon and avoid areas with tall buildings and thick forestry.

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