On April 14th around 11:00 pm (Arizona time) get ready for an unusual sight in the night skies. There will be a total lunar eclipse late Monday night that will turn the moon a dark, reddish orange. The moon should turn into a blood moon about midnight (Arizona Time) and stay that way for over an hour NASA says.
People in North and South America will be able to see the entire eclipse with the most spectacular place in Arizona to view this event being at the Grand Canyon.
The eclipse begins at 10:58 pm on April 14th with the darkest point being at 12:46 am on April 15th.