Lunar Eclipse

What Is a Lunar Eclipse?

A lunar eclipse is when the Earth's shadow blocks out the moon, or when the Sun, Earth, and Moon are lined up with the Moon behind the Earth. The opposite of a solar eclipse.

Total or Penumbral

During a Total eclipse it is not visible at all. During the penumbral part of it will be pitch black and the rest will be a orange or red
Britt, R. (n.d.). Lunar Eclipses: What is a Total Lunar Eclipse & When is the Next One? | Space.com. Retrieved January 22, 2015, from http://www.space.com/15689-lunar-eclipses.html