This NASA graphic shows where the total lunar eclipse of April 2014 will be visible from. The lunar eclipse coincides with April's full moon and is the first of four total lunar eclipes between April 2014 and September (Credit: NASA
Sneak-Peek: Top 5 Sky Events of 2014 By snapping 9 successive exposures, photographer Akira Fujii captured this record of the Moon gliding across Earth’s shadow in July Credit: Sky & Telescope / Akira Fujii
What exactly is a "blood moon," and what's its connection to a lunar eclipse? Skywatchers will find out on April as the first total lunar eclipse of 2014 kicks off a series of four blood moons expected to grace the night sky over the.