Tonight’s Full Moon Now You See It Now You Don’t
Coming up tonight, get ready for a total lunar eclipse. The show gets underway at 3:07 am Tuesday morning (April 15). The moon won’t completely disappear. Instead, indirect light from the Earth should make the moon appear red in color. The total eclipse will last for one hour and 18 minutes.
Native American names for this full moon in April are Pink Moon, Sprouting Grass Moon and the Egg Moon.
By the way if you miss the heavenly performance tonight, the next total lunar eclipse will be on October 8th.