Tomorrow night (Monday April 14th) there will be a SPECTACULAR opportunity to view the total lunar eclipse. It’s visible just about everywhere in North America – and we have great viewing opportunities in So Cal.
Below is a photo I took at a lunar eclipse in 2011 from the Griffith Observatory.
Tomorrow the Griffith will be open until 2AM to allow the public to fully experience this event. I’ll be there too.
The eclipse won’t begin to be visible until about 10:30pm our time Monday night.. and it won’t be total until about 12am. The moon will take on a deep red tinge as the light from a million million sunsets from around the world converge on the moon.
More information here->
April’s Total Eclipse of the Moon | Sky & Telescope.