Wasatch Front residents may not get to see all of it, but there will be an eclipse of the moon starting about 5:45 a.m. Saturday morning.
"The dark, easily visible part of the eclipse will start when the moon is low in the western sky," said Patrick Wiggins, NASA/JPL Solar System Ambassador to Utah.
According to Wiggins, eclipses of the moon occur when the moon passes into the shadow of the earth. The last total eclipse of the moon visible from Utah occurred in 2008. The next one will occur in 2014.