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.
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.