After the Total Solar Eclipse in August 2017 the United States will be treated by another spectacle that is happening in our solar system. On January 31st there will be a full lunar eclipse visible in mostly the western states. During a lunar eclipse, the full moon will slowly disappear behind the shadow of the earth. When the sunlight to the moon is totally blocked by the earth the moon will turn dark red.
Based on clear sky chances, sunrise and lunar eclipse timing I decided to watch this spectacle in Death Valley National Park. Below details from timeanddate.com about the upcoming lunar Eclipse in Death Valley National Park