Sadly, the total solar eclipse of August 21, 2017, is over. The run up to it was huge and expectations were high. The first total eclipse to be seen over the contiguous US from coast to coast since 1918, it went from Lincoln Beach, Oregon, to Charleston, South Carolina. Other parts of the US, Canada, and the rest of the world were treated to a partial eclipse, which is still amazing to see.
Unfortunately cloud cover did get in the way for some people, meaning viewing wasn't optimal everywhere. Luckily, NASA can be relied on to provide the most incredible images of anything space-related, and they didn't disappoint.
Check out these amazing images of the eclipse, with a few thrown in from space too!
And if you want to know what it looked like from space, NASA Flight Engineer Randy Bresnik took still images of the eclipse as seen from their rather unique vantage point on the International Space Station (ISS).
And while millions of people watched the eclipse from the ground, six people 250 miles above them watched the Moon cast a shadow over Earth from space.
A different perspective...