June's strawberry moon will light up the sky this week

According to NASA, the moon will seem full from Sunday moonrise to Wednesday moonset.

It will peak Tuesday morning at 7:52 a.m. ET, but will not be completely visible in North America until moonrise. Strawberry moon this year is the first of two consecutive supermoons.

Supermoon refers to a full moon that seems brighter and bigger than normal full moons because it is in its closest orbit to Earth.

The supermoon may look comparable in size to other moons to the untrained eye.

However, the significant shift in brightness improves visibility and provides an excellent chance for people to start noticing the moon and its phases.

When the moon is rising or setting, it appears the biggest to the human eye and is thus the perfect moment to see it.

The calculator in the Old Farmer's Almanac can help you determine when the moon rises and sets in your location.