The crest of the Moon's full phase happens on June 5, 2020, at 19:12 UTC. Skywatchers around the world will have to catch a glimpse of the almost-full Moon on the evenings before and after the peak. At that night the Full Moon will be close to the red supergiant star Antares, brightest star in the constellation Scorpius the Scorpion. This year, the night of the Strawberry Moon will also see a penumbral lunar eclipse take place. During the maximum phase of the eclipse, space observers in Europe, Asia, Australia and Africa may see the Moon's surface turn slightly darker than usual. The Penumbral Eclipse begins on June 5, at 17:45 UTC. Maximum Eclipse at 19:25 UTC. The Eclipse ends at 21:04 UTC. It's a Full Moon meaning the Earth lies between the Sun and the Moon so the complete surface of the Moon is visible. Each month's Full Moon has a name and a meaning, dating back to Native Americans. June's full Moon is called the Strawberry Moon because the short season during which strawberries can be harvested happens in June. However, strawberries aren't native in Europe. There, June's Ful Moon is called the "Rose Moon." Clear Skies Everyone!