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The Full Moon, known as the Strawberry Moon rises over the sky in West New York of New Jersey, United States on June 14, 2022. (Photo by Islam Dogru/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images) The Buck Moon photographed below was taken on July 16, 2019, which happened to be the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing.When is the next lunar eclipse?
The next full lunar eclipse is in May 2022 and will be visible from North America. The name "Buck Moon" arises from a traditional name from the Algonquin tribes, according to a NASA July 2021 moon guide, in what is now the northeastern United States, eastern Ontario and southern Quebec.How do you spot a full moon?
Here's how to spot it. Smoke from fires may lead to an intensely-colored moon. Ash and smoke from the Whittier Fire in California turned the full moon a red-orange color on July 8, 2017. (Image credit: George Rose/Getty Images)What is the name of the July full moon?
The name of the July full moon differs across cultures, however. Some Native American tribes name it for the hot summer season. The Comanche people call this event “urui mua,” or “hot moon,” and the Kalapuya people refer to it as “ameku,” meaning “mid summer moon,” according to the Western Washington University Planetarium website.