Tonight at 11:53PM (in CST) will be the first total lunar eclipse in a set of four that will happen of the course of the next 18 months (each 6 months apart). Tonight’s total lunar eclipse will last nearly 3 hours.

The table below shows the times in which each stage of the lunar eclipse can be seen:

lunar-eclipse-timetable

Lunar Images: http://www.space.com/25479-total-lunar-eclipse-2014-skywatching-guide.htmllunar-eclipse-tetrad-140408b-02

 

Thanks to jfornedetta for the tip.