This weekend's solar eclipse certainly put on a show. There are tons of amazing photos and videos — including this incredible time-lapse video — that show the "Ring of Fire" eclipse.
One view we don't often see is what an eclipse looks like from space. Though these images are of older eclipses, the view from various satellites and the International Space Station look down at the Earth and show the giant shadow projected across various parts of the globe.
It's a cool look at just what a kind of footprint an eclipse makes as viewed from above and here down on Earth.