From the newly emergent black market for sold out “eclipse glasses” to Bonnie Tyler announce that she’ll be performing her 1983 hit “Total Eclipse of the Heart,” (and, you know, the fact that there’s a high chance you’ll experience some degree of darkness), there is no escaping today’s solar eclipse. Depending on where you’re located, you’ll either be in the path of totality or experience some degree of coverage (The Royal Astronomy Society of Canada has put together a detailed list of the best times to video the eclipse across Canada).
If you weren’t able to snag a pair of glasses, you can watch a livestream of the eclipse here .
Thankfully, NASA has thought of another mandatory element for the impending eclipse: a wicked, celestial playlist. Curated by interns at NASA, their playlist features an eclectic selection of artists to say the least. Violinist Lindsey Stirling’s contributes dubstep-infused classical strings and there’s a healthy dose of Panic! At the Disco before the playlist ends, somewhat inexplicably, with “You’re So Vain” by Carly Simon.
You can check out the full list below. It will eclipse your expectations.
“Eclipse” by Lindsey Stirling