Tonight, on the Summer Solstice evening, at 7:56 PM, the full moon will rise over California skies. (We will be lecturing on the Avatamsaka Sutra at that moment, so big deal!) For those of you with cameras in your hands, you will want to know the method for capturing that big, round moon, as it makes its closest approach to the earth. Here is a helpful article from CNet Australia that explains the details for getting that eye-popping photo tonight.
Here is a website that will tell you when the moon rises over the Eastern horizon near you.