The full moon in June has a variety of nicknames: Honey Moon, Strawberry Moon and also the Rose Moon. This time around, it can also be called the "Rare Moon."

The full moon occurred officially Thursday at 10:11 p.m. MDT, but for the Eastern Time Zone, it is full at 12:11 a.m. EDT. In other words, early on Friday the 13th.

Having a full moon in June on Friday the 13th last happened in 1919, according to

At least for the eastern states, this is the first time since Oct. 13, 2000, that a full moon has occurred on a Friday the 13th of any month. The next time we will have a full moon on Friday the 13th will happen on Oct. 13, 2049.

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