Most easily seen by viewers in the western half of the United States, and will show on Saturday will be the last chance to catch up with the total lunar eclipse for three years, according to the Associated Press.
The eclipse will begin at 04:45 PST, when the shadow begins to cover the Red Moon. And those in western North America has the best views well before dawn, but can still capture the eclipse until late at 06:05 PST, according to NASA's science film.
Lunar eclipse occurs when the sun is aligned with the earth and the moon between them. The ground and then cast a shadow on the moon, the interim because it prevents the sun. Unlike the partial eclipse, total eclipse involving the perfect alignment of three bodies.
For those who do not live on the west coast or in Asia, will be broadcast Livestream event was hosted by the Society of North Bengal and Skywatchers SLOOH.