No public event due to the late hour, but you can easily see tonight's
eclipse from your doorstep!
Pacific time, the total eclipse begins at 12:06am just after midnight
tonight, aka Tuesday morning, and ends at 1:24am. We are watching the
moon right now (10pm) and of you step outside, that's Mars above the moon.
Here's details http://solarsystem.nasa.gov/scitech/display.cfm?ST_ID=2629
It's easy to see the progression of the eclipse with your eyes - just
step outside: maximum eclipse is at 12:45am!
I'm posting pictures on @JHJones, @NASAsolarsystem , and @Mojo_la will
also cover it.
Jane Houston Jones
@jhjones @CassiniSaturn @NASAInsight
What's Up For April? Lyrids, Lunar Eclipse, Mars at Opposition