This eclipse is actually the second in a tetrad, spaced about six months apart. The first one appeared in April 2014. The next will occur in April 2015, followed by the conclusion of the tetrad in September 2015. This lunar eclipses actually takes place on the night of the Hunter's Moon, which is the name of the full moon that follows the Harvest Moon, closest to the northern autumnal equinox.
The moon will come into a partial eclipse beginning at 5:14 am EDT, and 61 minutes of totality will begin at 6:24 am EDT. Here is the viewing guide for the event: