Those of you living on the moon will see a rare sight tonight, a total solar eclipse. Not coincidentally, the entire US, and very little where else will see a total lunar eclipse. This will be one to tell your grandchildren about since there won't be another until June 15, 2011. Don't look directly at the eclipse. Instead, poke a pinhole in a piece of paper, hold it up and look at the shadow. Don't look at the shadow until it is completely invisible. Then imagine what it would look like if only you could see it. Depending on your imaginative powers, it should be quite spectacular.