This rare occurrence is not due to Satan rising up from Hell and taking the souls of all mortals into oblivion, but because of science. Instead of reflecting sunlight, like it usually does, during an eclipse the moon reflects light filtered through Earth's umbra. This makes it appear rusty and red.
The eclipse is totally safe to view with your naked eye or a telescope and will begin tonight with the partial eclipse starting at 5:41 am EDT tomorrow morning. This will lead up to 61 minutes of total eclipse ending at 6:24.
Here is a guide to viewing the most metal of eclipses:
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Personally, I'll be cranking "Bark at The Moon" while enjoying my morning exercise. KILLER.