According to an article in Daily Mail, astronomer experts affirmed that tonight we will have the strawberry supermoon! and will be visible throughout Mexico. This moon coincides with the end of spring and the beginning of summer, so it will be stronger, bigger and brighter.
This phenomenon takes its name from the festivities of the Native American colonies, as well as the European ones. It is understood that it has been used by the Algoquin, Ojibwe, Dakota and Lakota peoples and refers to the ripening of strawberries, which are now ready to be picked.
Other names for it are green corn moon, birth moon, egg-laying moon, and honeymoon. The phrase “honeymoon” could be linked to this full moon due to the tradition of getting married in June, because it refers to the Roman goddess Juno, deity of marriage, or because it is the “sweetest moon” of the year.
So to prepare the cameras, telescopes, binoculars or whatever you like to enjoy it tonight. If you are not skeptical, it is also important that you know that this phenomenon is an invitation to reconcile with the present and eliminate negative thoughts. Remember that it can be seen from 5:00 p.m., Mexico time, but we will appreciate its highest point at 7:50 p.m.