It’s been an exciting year so far with honeymoons and super moons and in October we have a chance to see a crimson red eclipse so get ready for a big show.

A total lunar eclipse will take place on Wednesday October 8th. It is the second of two total lunar eclipses in 2014.

The eclipse will be visible in its entirety over the northern pacific. Viewers in North America will experience the eclipse after midnight on Wednesday, October 8, and the eclipse will be visible from the western pacific, Australia, entire Indonesia, Japan and eastern Asia after sunset on the evening.

Mid-level moisture from the remnant of tropical storm Simon may have spread into parts of Texas, Oklahoma and Kansas with at least a veil of high clouds possible.

Some patchy fog can’t be ruled out along the gulf coast from Texas to the Florida panhandle, in this case it might be a good idea to watch the eclipse online.