Reprinted from Space Weather News for April 3:
LUNAR ECLIPSE: Sky watchers on the Pacific side of Earth can see a brief but beautiful lunar eclipse on Saturday morning, April 4. The Moon will turn red, and possibly turquoise, too, as the lunar disk passes through the shadow of our planet. Totality lasts for less than 5 minutes, so it is important to be outside at the right moment. Check http://spaceweather.com for viewing times and more information.