If you are out and about tonight and in the early hours of Tuesday morning, check out the Strawberry Moon. You will also be able to get a glimpse of this planet too. According to News 10 ABC, June's full moon, which will occur tonight and into the early morning hours of Tuesday, is known as the Strawberry Moon. It isn't because the moon will be pinkish in color, its name comes from Native American tribes marking the beginning of the wild strawberry harvest season.

The moon will be beautiful, however, and may contain some color. It will be very low and take a shallow path across the night sky. You will also be able to see the planet Jupiter. The planet already came the closest to Earth on June 10th, but it is still visible in the sky tonight. You will be able to see Jupiter floating just above the moon.

Hopefully, it won't be too cloudy and we will be able to check out tonight's Strawberry Moon and Jupiter.