See The First June Solstice Full Moon In Nearly 70 Years

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PHOTOGRAPH BY RICK BALDRIDGE, NASA ASTRONOMY PICTURE OF THE DAY

Any time there is a rare event in the sky it’s worth checking out. In this case, it’s the first time we’ll see a full moon rise on the June solstice since 1948.

For more details click on through to the National Geographic story.

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