On the night of June 14, skywatchers will have a chance to catch sight of the strawberry supermoon glowing big and bright in the night sky.
Although it's tempting to think that we conquered the Moon all the way back in 1969, it remains a body that captures the attention of scientists and fuels our imaginations and senses of wonder.
Not only has NASA discovered even more water on the Moon than expected, but other scientists have recently discovered that they could grow plants in moon soil. As for people getting imaginative, it seems that the Canadian government has been pondering the Moon in an unusual way lately as they've updated their criminal code to account for the possibility of prosecuting crimes that take place up there.
But for the rest of us, it's simply pretty to look at and that's especially true during one of the year's supermoon events. And we're in luck because the time to catch sight of one is almost upon us!