The moon will look unusually bright and big on Tuesday night, and you will be able to see it with your eyes. No telescope needed to see this strawberry moon.
"June's full moon is commonly known as the strawberry moon, a name that comes from the Algonquin Native American tribe in the northeastern U.S. and eastern Canada and refers to the region's strawberry harvesting season" (not the moon's actual hue) according to NPR news.
This June, it happens to be at its closest distance to Earth in its orbit, that's why we call it a supermoon.
The best viewing for this supermoon will be 5:31am or 8:28pm Tuesday.