It's a great month to watch the sky.
Early Tuesday, NASA says there will be a total lunar eclipse. The moon will turn a burnt reddish-orange color. The event is known as a Blood Moon.
It's the first of four consecutive total eclipses over the next year and half.
You should be able to see the eclipse early Tuesday morning between midnight and 3 a.m.
Also this month, a medium strength meteor shower will be visible between the 16th and 22nd. The Lyrids are best seen at dawn in the northern hemisphere.