Watching Americans aren't the only ones on pins and needles today as Elon Musk's SpaceX prepares to send astronauts into space for the first time from US soil in nearly a decade.
A successful launch would not only mark the first for a private company, but would be a giant leap into a new era of space exploration, Business Insider reports.
A success today would mean no more hitching rides aboard Russian rockets and that means lower cost rides for the US, more trips to the International Space Station and more experiments in space.
It also signals an unofficial start of commercial space exploration and tourism. Today's launch is scheduled for 1:33 p.m. PDT.
If you're planning to watch today's historic SpaceX launch, you won't have to search hard. You can check it out below or turn on the TV to literally any major network news channel.
If an internet connected device is your preference at the moment, just go online to nasa.gov/nasalive.
Though, Eric Trump may have tweeted out the best view, from Air Force One, ahead of the 4:33 p.m. EDT time launch. Possibly in his excitement, the younger Trump misspelled "#AirFoce1."