Stargazers will get a treat early Wednesday morning with a lunar eclipse revealing a rare "blood moon."

Here is information from TimeandDate.com's eclipse calculator on when you can expect to see the celestial display in the Hudson Valley:

  • Begin at about 5:18 AM with the moon starting to turn red.
  • The total eclipse will be at 6:27 AM with a fully red moon.
  • The eclipse will be at its peak at 6:55 AM.
  • The best viewing will be looking towards the west.
  • Moonset will be at 7:12 AM as it dips below the horizon.