Kingman Photo: Blood Moon

JC AMBERLYN/Miner

JC AMBERLYN/Miner

KINGMAN - People who stayed up late Sunday night and early Monday morning saw a "blood moon," or total lunar eclipse.

The moon grew dim around midnight and had a reddish cast as it passed into Earth's shadow.

This was the first of a set of four full lunar eclipses, called a tetrad, in the next two years. The second eclipse is expected early in the morning Oct. 8.