Watch the lunar eclipse late Monday night
Late Monday night, April 14, there will be a total lunar eclipse, said astronomers from the Owens Valley Radio Observatory said.
“The partial eclipse will start around 11p.m.,” the astronomers said, “with totality about an hour later."
“All you will need to experience the eclipse are a pair of eyes and the ability to stay up late,” they said.
For more information on the eclipse, visit NASA's webpage: