When and at what time to see the Superluna de Ciervo 2023 LIVE in July?

For all lovers of the Moon and astronomical events, this coming Monday, July 3, the sky will give us a new show: the deer supermoon. The POT explains that this phenomenon occurs when the full moon coincides with its closest point to Earth.

The Super Deer Moon 2023 will reach its full phase on July 3 and can be seen in almost all the countries of the Americas, so we will delight in the majesty of the Moon. What’s more, this astronomical event it will keep for three days.

“The Moon will appear full for 3 days around this time, from Saturday night to Tuesday night,” says NASA, commenting that it is also known as the Thunder Moon because of the electrical storms that occur in the North Hemisphere in early summer.

When will the Super Deer Moon be seen?

According to the Farmer’s Almanac, a compendium of knowledge on astronomy and gardening topics published since 1818 in the United States, this Monday, July 3, is the perfect occasion to see and photograph it.

In which countries can the super deer moon be seen?

The Deer Supermoon can be seen in the United States, Mexico, Colombia, Peru, Argentina and Brazil. The Supermoon of Deer (in English it is called buckmoon) has this name because the new stag antlers coincide with the date of the phenomenon.

At what times can the deer supermoon be seen?

In the United States it will be given at 07:39 EDT on Monday. In Mexico at 05:39 am, in Colombia and Peru at 06:39 am and at 08:39 am in Argentina and Brazil. Another name for this phenomenon is Salmon Moon, so named by the Alaska Natives because it coincides with a salmon racing event.

Why is it called a Super Deer Moon?

According to NASA, it is so named because it coincides with the new antlers that male deer grow from their foreheads in early northern summer, which coincides with the phenomenon. While Europe, it is known as the Hay Moon since it is the same date that it occurs.