If you're not in Chile right now, then there is still a chance for you to see an amazing piece of work from Mother Nature today. According to Lifehacker.com 'A solar eclipse happens when the moon passes between the Earth and the sun. In a total solar eclipse, like this one, the moon blocks the light of the sun completely, casting a shadow on a portion of the Earth’s surface'

The eclipse can be seen on a live webstream from The Exploratorium Museum in San Francisco starting at around 3:00 pm CST. They traveled to the National Science Foundation's Cerro Tololo Observatory in Chile to set up the cameras for the broadcast. The total eclipse will last four minutes and 33 seconds. Amazing!