The first lunar eclipse of 2014 produced a blood red moon easily seen in the sky over northern Arizona.The next lunar eclipse will take place Oct. 8, the second of four total eclipses of the moon between April 2014 and September 2015 in what scientists call a lunar eclipse "tetrad" series.
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