The ISS astronauts had a great view of the moon's shadow.
Check the ISS's Twitter account for updates Monday.
The path of totality stretched from Lincoln Beach, Oregon to Charleston, South Carolina, NASA reports.
Part of the total solar eclipse's mystique is its ability to remind you how small you are and how massive the universe is.
NASA photographer Bill Ingalls got the once-in-a-lifetime shots from Northern Cascades National Park in Washington earlier today.
Six people are current aboard the space station, including NASA astronauts Peggy Whitson, Jack Fischer, and Randy Bresnik.
Just to see if you clicked through to the end, here's a photo of Lady Gaga taking in the eclipse.
Fortunately, there's a space agency for that.
The blip of the space station, moves from right to left diagonally down away from the encroaching dark circle of the moon, which in the midst of a partial solar eclipse.
The rare image was captured by NASA photographer Joel Kowsky while looking up from Banner, Wyoming.