This Florida photographer sent in this composite image when the April 14/15, 2014 total lunar eclipse was barely half over. Viewers across North America who had clear skies saw a stunning celestial sight. As Earth's shadow enveloped the Moon, 1st-magnitude Spica (Alpha Virginis) appeared at the 5 o'clock position near our satellite. And even before the event, you could see brilliant orange Mars to the Moon's upper right and Saturn far to its left. In this montage, the partial phases start with the Moon at the top, then progress in a clockwise direction. Finally, during totality, the Moon took on an orange hue, and that's the central image here.