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
Lunar Eclipse What Causes a "Blood Moon" Lunar Eclipse Tetrad? (Infographic) The April 2015 lunar eclipse is the third of four consecutive total eclipses of the moon - an series that astronomers call a "lunar tetrad.
Photographer John Ashley created this striking mosaic of the blood moon phases during a total lunar eclipse on April 2014 as seen from Kila in northwestern Montana. [See More Amazing Photos of the April 15 Total Lunar Eclipse]