NASA/Bill Ingalls

On Monday, Ars writers shared some thoughts about the total solar eclipse that spanned the United States with readers and took some backyard photographs of the event.

But let’s be honest, none of us are professional photographers, and didn’t possess the right equipment to do the celestial event justice.

Fortunately, there’s a space agency for that.

Two, even.

And on Monday NASA and the European Space Agency deployed their resources on the ground and in space to capture the eclipse, doing so in stunning fashion.

This gallery highlights everything from the International Space Station transiting the Sun during the eclipse, to astronauts on board the station itself taking pictures of the event back on Earth.
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