Tonight a celestial event will happen that hasn't been seen in almost 70 years! For the first time since 1948 there will be a Strawberry Moon Solstice.

Now, while it sounds fancy it is actually pretty simple. Today is the first day of the Summer Solstice and therefore the first (and longest) day of summer. There is also a full moon. When there is a full moon in the month of June it is called a Strawberry Moon because it reminded ancient farmers to begin the strawberry harvest.

So it won't be red or look like a strawberry. According to the Farmer's Almanac it will just look like a full moon. But you'll enjoy it more because you know that it really is more than meets the eye.