This simulation gives you a preview of where and when you can see the first total lunar eclipse of 2014. This eclipse is especially well placed for North and South America and will be an unforgettable sight. During the total phase the Moon will turn a coppery-red, so make plans for comfortable viewing and photography.
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For more information on this eclipse, visit mreclipse.com/LEdata/TLE2014Apr15/TLE2014Apr15.html
For an interactive Google map of this eclipse, visit xjubier.free.fr/en/site_pages/lunar_eclipses/xLE_GoogleMap3.php?Ecl=+20140415&Acc=2