The full moon in June is the second of four "supermoons" in a row, and it occurs about a week before summer in the Northern Hemisphere.
Take a look up! When the Full Strawberry Moon rises on June 14, it may look significantly larger and brighter than normal, making it a "supermoon" by most definitions.
The moon will be the second of four consecutive supermoons that you can witness over the summer, depending on which breed of supermoon definition you follow.
It will arrive in the Northern Hemisphere on June 21.
Following that, the full moons on July 13 and August 11 will occur.
Check out our top cameras for astrophotography and best lenses for astrophotography if you want to capture the moon.
Read our tutorial on how to photograph the moon with a camera for more information on how to arrange your lunar picture shoot.