The summer solstice is almost here. The exact time will be June 20 at 5:34 p.m. CDT . There will also be a full moon, the first full moon at the summer solstice since 1967! You can read more about the June solstice full moon at EarthSky.
Tonight, there is an almost-full moon, a waxing gibbous moon, rising at 7:41 p.m. in the still-light sky. Why not go out and watch it with the fireflies?
You can read more about fireflies here.
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