You might be able to catch a glimpse of a partial lunar eclipse later this month.
In the early morning hours of Friday Nov. 19 the Earth will pass between the Sun and Moon, blocking sunlight. This will mean the moon appears to be in shadow. During the eclipse roughly 97% of the moon will be in shadow.
You’ll have to get up early to see it, though: The eclipse will begin at 2:18 a.m., peak at 4:02 a.m., and end 5:47 a.m.