There's a 120-minute long, total lunar eclipse starting today at 2:20 PM EDT and that, of course, is awesome. But what's not so awesome is that it won't be visible to people in North America. Selfish Moon! Good thing we have Google to live stream the whole shebang. Just click play on the video above and watch it live.

Google has teamed with SLOOH Space Camera to let anyone NOT living in South America, Europe, Africa, Asia and Australia watch the lunar eclipse on YouTube, on SLOOH, from Google Earth or even from your Android phone. The livestream will also include narration from astronomer experts so you'll know exactly what you're looking at. You can watch it on YouTube right now.

via Gizmodo