For astronomy fans, Christmas comes early this week.
Barring cloudy weather, astronomy enthusiasts and sky gazers across North America will be treated to the only lunar eclipse of the year tonight.
The eclipse will be visible Monday night on the West Coast and during the early hours Tuesday on the East Coast.
If the sky is clear, experts say the show might be extra spectacular, as the moon will have a reddish glow.
A lunar eclipse takes place when the sun, Earth and moon are all perfectly...Full Story