If you are awake on Saturday morning, you may be treated to an unusual sight in the sky.
Experts say the eclipse could begin around 5 a.m. (CDT) as a full moon turns celestial red.
The eclipse will encompass the moon around 6:58 a.m. with the greatest view of the eclipse coming at 7 a.m.
The eclipse will be visible from all parts of the United States and the eclipse will end around 7:03 a.m. (CDT.)
The total eclipse will only last about five minutes.