My practical astronomy has always been pretty awful. I'm a thorough townie - so I quite simply can't see anything in the night sky. A few specks up above and a sodium orange halo around the edges - that's what the sky is to me. But tonight there is a lunar eclipse, happening right now in fact, so naturally I am to be found outside staring at the sky.
As the weather people predicted, it is a beautifully clear night. You can see a lot more stars than you usually can around here - even the plough. And the moon, of course, is being swallowed up by a dark red shadow. A curved shadow - take that flat earthers!
Info here and here (last link via Phil Plait).