Last night, right as April 14 gave way to April 15, we had a full lunar eclipse. It was visible from North America, i.e., here! Normally I would have thought about staying up to watch it, and then gone to sleep instead. But last night I had a planning commission hearing, and got home around 11:30 p.m. It takes me a couple of hours to fall asleep after those anyway, so I grabbed my camera and a camping chair and headed up to the roof. A few wispy clouds were strolling by, which turned out to be fortuitous. Otherwise it would have just be an orange blob in the sky. Go here for a bigger, badder view.