(CNN) – It is time for another notable celestial event. Be sure to look up to the sky for Strawberry Moon from 2019. And for the keen eyes, there is a heavenly bonus with a prominent appearance of one of our planets.
When is the best time to see it?
The peak of the full moon occurs depending on your time zone.
In the eastern United States, it will be Monday, June 17 at 4:30 am. On the west coast with Pacific time, the peak will be 1:30. On the other side of the globe , New Delhi, India, will see rush hour of 14 hours
"My favorite moment to watch the full moon rise on the eastern horizon is when the moon is low, it allows you to capture the view with objects in the foreground, giving the moon a larger appearance." said Jones.
"Let's say you're in town and looking between two buildings or above the horizon line, it will make it look bigger and give it more impact." He adds that if you are at the edge of the ocean, lake or mountains, the prospect could be very nice.
Now, about this heavenly bonus. You may notice a shining object that floats just above the moon. It will not be a star, but Jupiter.
And the next full moon after the strawberry is the Full Buck Moon on July 16th.