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Summer solstice will coincide with a once-in-a-lifetime event

Summer solsticeSummer solstice (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

When something happens rarely, we say it occurs once in a blue moon. But it turns out, there's another moon that's even rarer, and it's going to appear in the night sky very soon.

On Monday, June 20, you can look up to the night sky and see a strawberry moon. That's a full moon in the month of June. But what's rare is this year it happens to fall on the summer solstice.