'Strawberry Supermoon Artemis 1 Moon Rocket

June Rises on Tuesday.

The destination for 

NASA's Artemis 1 mission looks big and bright in stunning new photos from the agency taken Tuesday (June 14).

In the new images, 

the full moon looms large behind Launch Complex 39B at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

Delighting skywatchers 

around the world captured countless photos of the sight of what was nicknamed the Strawberry Supermoon.

NASA is hoping for better

 success with the wet dress rehearsal this time, after several attempts in April didn't go according to plan.

 The agency was unable to

 fully complete the procedure due to issues loading fuel into the rocket's Interim Cryogenic Propulsion Stage

As for the supermoon, the 

June full moon is dubbed the Strawberry Moon because it rises during the strawberry harvesting season in North America

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