Of course, if you’re very, very impatient, you can also watch this NASA visualization of what the whole 7.5-hour event will look like condensed down into a tight 23 seconds. But the next two transits aren’t scheduled to come around again until 2019 and 2032 respectively, so you should check out the live version today while you can.

Update 10:45 am: NASA is also streaming a continuously updating gif of the transit. It’s not quite live, but it’s pretty close. Here’s Mercury’s progress so far:


Update 1:45 pm: Just one hour left to catch this thing, and the gifs are only getting better. Here’s a particular gorgeous one from NASA’s solar observatory: