I was at a loss for today. What begins with E?
But then I saw on the internet that there will be a lunar eclipse on April 15. Sometimes the earth's shadow partially covers the moon and lends it a bloody glow.
According to The Universe Today:
"This marks the first total lunar eclipse visible from since December 10th 2011, which was visible at moonset from North America, and marks the start of the first of two eclipse seasons for 2014. Totality will last 1 hour, 17 minutes and 48 seconds, and will be visible in its entirety from the central Atlantic westward to eastern Australia. Unlike a total solar eclipse, which occurs along a narrow track, a total lunar eclipse can be viewed by the entire moonward facing hemisphere of the Earth."
This will be the Europe/Asia/Africa side of the Earth so we in the USA will not see it.