they call them “blood moons”, and we’re going to have a great view of the total lunar eclipse in the early hours of April 15!
"Lunar eclipses aren’t rare, as they occur about twice a year, but not all of them are total eclipses, and some are so faint that the shadow is barely noticeable. However, the eclipse on the 15th is fairly special, as it is the first in a tetrad of total lunar eclipses, spaced about six months apart. All four should be visible to nearly everyone living in the United States.”
Read more at http://www.iflscience.com/space/total-lunar-eclipse-tetrad-begins-april-15#eqy2507LSiobsS9q.99
(Source: firelordsama, via korratea)