International Space Station photobombs solar eclipse

NASA photographer Joel Kowsky managed to capture the International Space Station as it crossed the sun during the highly anticipated 2017 Solar Eclipse.

But that's what happened to Monday's historic solar eclipse, which swept across the U.S. for the first time in a century.

It wasn't just the moon getting in the way of the sun on Monday.

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According to NASA, the only safe way to look directly at the uneclipsed or partially eclipsed sun is through special-purpose solar filters, such as eclipse glasses or handheld solar viewers.

"While millions experienced #Eclipse2017, only six people saw the umbra, or moon's shadow, over the United States from space today", the crew said in a post on Instagram that accompanied the photo.

NASA has released a series of images taken by Italian astronaut Paolo Nespoli showing the view of the eclipse from the International Space Station.

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A composite image of seven frames shows the space station crossing the sun at a speed of five miles per second.

"Voila! The #Eclipse2017 shadow from the ISS, no words needed" he tweeted alongside the incredible images.

The path of totality stretched from Lincoln Beach, Oregon to Charleston, South Carolina, NASA reports.

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If you missed this week's spectacle, just sit tight: The next USA eclipse is expected in April 2024.

  • Israel Montgomery