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See the Awesome Pictures and Video of Last Night's First of Four 'Blood Moons


The US won't see a full, total lunar eclipse again until 2019.

The moon glows a red hue during a total lunar eclipse Tuesday, April 15, 2014, as seen from the Milwaukee area. Tuesday's eclipse is the first of four total lunar eclipses that will take place between 2014 to 2015. (AP Photo/Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, Mike De Sisti)

The first of four lunar eclipses to take place in 2014 through 2015 occurred in the early hours of Tuesday morning, turning the celestial body a rusty color.

For North and South America, it was the first eclipse of the year. NASA says two lunar and two solar eclipses will occur this year.

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