Depending on where you're watching from, the total solar eclipse will be visible at different times on Monday -- appearing first for folks on the West Coast around noon Eastern Time (9am Pacific Time) before becoming visible across the rest of the country. Thanks to NASA's livestream of the historic event (shown above), however, you can start watching the awe-inspiring darkness unfold right now, wherever you are.
NASA, of course, is going all out for the once-in-a-lifetime spectacle with an entire dashboard of live video feeds in addition to its main livestreams available on multiple platforms, including YouTube, Facebook Live, and Twitter, among others. Several other livestreams, including what's billed as 360-degree 4K stream from CNN on Facebook Live, are also capturing the event in real time as soon as the eclipse starts. So, uh, hurry up and get the show going on your big screen ASAP.