June's full moon, also known as "strawberry moon," is coming up Saturday evening, reaching its peak at 11:42 p.m. ET.
It's expected to be big, bright and golden — a fine way to celebrate the beginning of summer.
According to NASA, the full moon will last through the weekend, from Friday night to Monday morning.
If you're lucky to be near a clear sky this weekend, look out for the bright star, Antares, which will appear near the right of the moon. Venus and Mars should also be in plain view, NASA said.
The popular nickname for the full moon in June comes from the Algonquin tribes.
They called it the "Strawberry moon" to mark the peak of ripening strawberries in the northeastern U.S.
In fact, many names for full moons have origins in early Native American tribes — including March's full moon, called the worm moon, as well as May's full moon, known as the flower moon.
Oddly enough, the other nicknames for the full moon in June have very little to do with its physical traits.