Monday, April 14
(Undated) -- A moon will slip behind the shadow of the sun overnight. Just before two o'clock Eastern time tomorrow morning, the lunar eclipse will begin and most of America will have a good view. About an hour after it emerges from darkness, the moon will begin to turn a reddish color , becoming a "blood moon" that will last for approximately an hour. The next lunar eclipse visible to North America will happen on October 8th.