The Fourth of July will bring more than fireworks this year. The stars will align this weekend in the Sunshine State when two astronomical events collide. On Saturday night, a partial lunar eclipse will coincide with the July 2020 full moon to create a rare Thunder Moon eclipse. This dreamy celestial occurrence will last just a few hours and will captivate stargazers across Florida.\nThis eclipse will take place this holiday weekend on the night of Saturday, July 4, and the morning of Sunday, July 5. You can best view this lunar event away from artificial lights, although it may be even more beautiful when framed by fireworks.\nThe July full moon has many names inspired by both man and nature. One of these nicknames is the Thunder Moon, which was inspired by the month's large number of storms. It is also called the Buck Moon or Hay Moon.\nA penumbral lunar eclipse will occur in conjunction with the full moon. This eclipse will be subtle and enchanting. Grab a beach chair and watch closely as part of the moon fades. The night sky never fails to deliver something magical.\nView this post on Instagram Locate the north star to not get lost in star gazing. 🌊🌟🌊 #gradtrip #beachstargazing #beachatnight #staryeyed A post shared by Charity Huba Martinez (@charityhmartinez) on Mar 5, 2017 at 12:17pm PST\nAs summer storms brew in the sweltering Florida heat, you may witness this Thunder Moon live up to its name. If you're lucky, you could get a dramatic view of the moon above billowing storm clouds and even hear thunder. It's safest to view from indoors if there is a storm brewing.\nView this post on Instagram Moon Storm. A nice little storm out to sea last night #moonstorm #lightning #nightscape #goldcoast #queensland A post shared by Mitch Cass (@mitchedesign) on May 10, 2020 at 5:15pm PDT\nThe show isn't over once you've seen the fireworks on the fourth. Later this month, you can watch a "natural firework show;" take a glimpse as shooting stars zoom across the sky. Make a wish on one of these comets as they fly by — it couldn't hurt.\nView this post on Instagram Penumbral Lunar Eclipse in Capricorn - July 4th at 20:07:23 PST. . . Lunar Eclipse Like a regular full moon only stronger; the lunar qualities of emotions and instincts reach their peak at a lunar eclipse. So use your increased emotional strength and intuition to overcome any relationship challenges. A lunar eclipse represents a resetting of your emotions, clearing away the emotional baggage of the previous six months. . . #cosmicaugur #penumbrallunareclipse #lunareclipse2020 #lunareclipsemagic #lunareclipseincapricorn #cleanse #cleansing #astraldivinity #energy #spiritualenergy #spiritualawakening #spirituality #spiritualenlightenment #enlightenment #mindfulness #universe #2020 #sehablaespañol A post shared by 🧿 Cosmic Augur™️ (@cosmicaugur) on Jun 30, 2020 at 12:24am PDT\nLook up this weekend, and you may see more than you expected on Independence Day. How often do you get to see a full moon lunar eclipse? Break out your telescope or binoculars for enhanced views.