This eclipse was only visible in parts of Australia, Asia, Africa, Europe and South America, but not from North America.
The tradition of naming the moons is rich in history. According to Old Farmer’s Almanac, the name Strawberry Moon is from Algonquin tribes in eastern North America who knew it as a signal to pick ripe wild strawberries.
Other names for this moon include the honeymoon and the mead moon. It was also called Rose Moon because many roses start to bloom in June.
Historically, the names of the full moon have been used to follow the seasons and, for this reason, are often closely related to nature. The moon names used today come from Native American and colonial sources. Traditionally, each full moon name was applied to the entire lunar month in which it occurred, rather than to the full moon itself.