If you get up early, you may see the total moon eclipse.  The “Blood Moon” will be eclipsed when the moon, Earth and sun are aligned and the moon passes into Earth’s shadow. Total lunar eclipses are  also known as “blood moons” because of the red coloring caused by Earth’s atmosphere, which scatters light from the sun and brandishes it on the face of the moon.

The next total lunar eclipse will not occur again until March 15, 2025

The Total eclipse can be seen at 4:59 am until 6:48 am. It officially begins at 2:02 am on Tuesday.  The moon will appear cooper-red in color.