When the Senate Democrats begin their all-night Senate session on climate change, it will be the 35th all-night session in the history of the Senate. The Senate Historian's office maintains a list of these sessions at the Senate website. Interestingly, the first of these dates back a hundred years to 1915 when the Senate debated the Ship Purchase Act for fifty-four hours.
There were two all-night sessions in 2013 on the budget and Continuing Appropriations Resolution. Since the Senate began television coverage in 1986, there have been eleven all-night sessions. Some of these, of course, were filibusters. Most are available for review in the C-SPAN Video Library.
Watch the Senate on C-SPAN2 live and review it in the C-SPAN Video Library where you will find speaker-by-speaker lists for each Senate session.