What were once rare events that required one to travel around the world to catch a sight of them are now easily viewable online thanks to the wonders of the internet. And NASA of course.

This morning people in the Americas and the Pacific are getting to witness a rare 'Blood Moon' overlapping with a rising sun and 2014's second total lunar eclipse, but thankfully we can watch it live due to the fact that we live in the future. We also get some good old fashioned American rock radio to add to the spectacle, should that be your jam. There's a mute button if it isn't.

Via RT/YouTube/NASA