There's a lunar eclipse tonight! Here's how you can watch it
Viewers in the Eastern hemisphere will be treated to a partial lunar eclipse tonight -- but, unfortunately, it'll occur in the middle of broad daylight for those of us up North. In spite of that fact, you can still watch the full moon get a bite taken out of it with this live-streaming tool.
At 3pm, the moon will partially move through the Earth's shadow, creating a somewhat-rare celestial activity. But thanks to technology, even those of us who can't see it will be able to witness the event.
And if you're not quite sure how a lunar eclipse works, watch the video above. Then set your alarm and, at 3pm, tune in to watch the display. Enjoy!