The second supermoon of 2022 is just around the corner and here’s how you can enjoy this beautiful view.
Known as Perigee, This is when the full moon happens to be the closest to the Earth’s orbit.
The full strawberry supermoon is expected to peak at 7:51 a.m EDT but people can expect it to be around for some time.
According to NASA, The upcoming full moon will be the closest-ever with only 23.7 degrees above the horizon.
If you got other important things to do then do not worry as you can watch it thanks to Italy’s Telescope project.
The virtual telescope project in Ceccano, Italy is scheduled to stream the whole thing for free on Tuesday.
You should set a reminder for June 21st to not miss this natural view and let others know about it by sharing this story.