You've got one chance to watch 2016's singular total solar eclipse. It's only visible in Southeast Asia, but good news Area folks: you can watch the event via the Exploratorium's live feed above.
A total solar eclipse occurs when the Sun is completely blocked as the Moon passes between it and the Earth. The place on Earth where you can see the Sun totally blocked is only 100 miles wide.
The last total solar eclipse happened on March 20, 2015 and the next one is August 21, 2017, which will be visible from the Pacific Northwest to the Southeast.
Until then, find more details about tonight's eclipse below.