The longest lunar eclipse of 11 years is about to start, here are several ways to watch the spectacle from North America.
YouTube is broadcasting on the Web a red-glowing lunar eclipse today at 11:20 a.m. PDT that otherwise will only be visible in the skies of South America, Africa, Asia, Australia and Europe
A live mission interface is hosted using Google App Engine equipped with audio narrations from real-life astronomers.
The event will also go on the live stream on the Google YouTube Channel or from the Sky layer in Google Earth.
Android users can also download the Slooh Space Camera Android app to view the images on the phone.
Tune it in, and enjoy the show.