See the Strawberry Moon from the International Space Station
The full moon on the summer solstice, as seen by astronaut Jeff Williams.
This story originally appeared on time.com
Astronaut Jeff Williams of NASA captured an image of the rare strawberry moon from the International Space Station. “A spectacular rise of the full moon just before sunset while flying over western China,” he wrote.
According to the Farmer’s Almanac, the name for this moon comes from the Algonquin tribe and refers to the short strawberry harvesting season that comes each year during the month of June.