Postby out in space on Sun Apr 13, 2014 3:33 pm

Star-gazers will be treated to a "blood moon" lunar eclipse early Tuesday morning, the first of four red eclipses expected over the next year and a half. Early Tuesday morning, the moon will be eclipsed by Earth's shadow for the first time this year, visible across the Western Hemisphere from approximately 3 a.m. ET to 4:24 a.m. ... -1.1773762

AKA a Hunter's moon. I think most know it by that rather than a "blood moon".

While It sounds impressive I'm not getting up to see it, so will rely on the news to show it to me. That is if the weather cooperates.
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