Many of us tend to take the moon for granted. Sure, we’re aware that it’s up there, you know, affecting the tides and what have you. And, on occasion, someone may point to the sky and say, “Look at how beautiful the moon is tonight.” Still, for the most part, we tend to go about our evenings without giving the celestial body a second, or even first, thought. Well, the moon is about to put on a show that will command your attention. This Wednesday, there will be a total lunar eclipse and, as the full moon slips into the Earth’s shadow, the surface of the moon will take on a fiery reddish-orange color. View the eclipse through a telescope when the Sacramento Valley Astronomical Society hosts Totality 2004. The free viewing will last from 6:30 p.m. until 9:30 p.m. Now, hurry over to Grant Regional Park, located at 8285 14th Avenue, because this is your last chance to catch a total lunar eclipse until March 3, 2007. Call (916) SVAS-111 for more information.