The penumbral eclipse will begin at 11:15 pm on June 5 and will end at 2:34 am (IST) on June 6.
June's full moon is also sometimes called the Honey Moon or the Mead Moon.
A penumbral eclipse is where the moon crosses the faint outer edge of the Earth's shadow. But it will appear full tonight - and Saturday night as well, according to NASA.
The full moon, but not portion that is in eclipse, will be visible for three days, from early Thursday till Sunday morning.
Tunis/Tunisia - A lunar eclipse is expected to occur this Friday, June 5, the National Institute of Meteorology announced on its website. According to TimeandDate.com, in the years when a 13th full moon would sneak in - that would be your Blue Moon.
Zoltan Toth-Czifra, founder of Under Lucky Stars, says the Full Strawberry Moon will be visible every night over the weekend and that moons always rise in the east and set in the west.
On 21 June there'll be an eclipse of the sun, the first solar eclipse this year. Due to this the earth blocks the sun's light from reaching the moon, casting a shadow over it.
The moon doesn't get dark in the way it does during a total lunar eclipse, also known as a "blood moon", where it enters the umbra, the inner part of the shadow. The only distinguishing factor will be that the moon will appear darker.
As the bright parts of the moon appear to change shape during the month, each stage of the change is called a phase, and each phase carries its own name. Combined, they make an up this year's eclipse season.
"Unfortunately unlike its name, the moon won't be pink in colour!" "This eclipse will be visible from parts of Australia, Asia, Africa, Europe, and South America, but will not be visible from North America".
In most lunisolar calendars the months change on or just after the new Moon and full Moons fall in the middle of the lunar months.
Throughout history, eclipses have inspired awe and even fear.