Thank goodness for the Internet! Today's total lunar eclipse -- the first of 2011, and the longest in nearly 11 years—isn't visible in North America, but the video from Sky Watchers Association Of North Bengal (SWAN) in India is live streaming the entire spectacle.
SWAN isn't the only group documenting the rare spectacle and sharing it with the world. Google announced that a live stream of the lunar eclipse can be watched on their YouTube channel or by using the Sky layer in Google Earth. The feed comes from the Slooh Space Camera, and they have a live interface to let users take part in the lunar eclipse, as well.