The first lunar eclipse of 2014 is slated to take place tonight and a new NASA map shows the best locations to catch a glimpse of it.
According to Fox News, the lunar eclipse runs from 12:53 a.m. ET to roughly 6 a.m.
Space.com has more on how you can watch the event.
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