If you didn't see this week's total solar eclipse, you can replay (and fast-forward) from the European Southern Observatory event in the Atacama desert where they opened their doors to the public for the event. Wish I could have been there! You can see the people milling around at the site at an altitude of 8,645 ft. I remember watching eclipses as a kid, my grandmother used an old shoe box with a hole poked in it, and somehow the eclipse could be seen at the other end of the box. Kind of like a makeshift projector/viewer. Well, better than staring into the sun, that's for sure!