See the moon’s shadow on Earth from the 2020 total solar eclipse in these stunning satellite images

Skywatchers in southern South America were treated to one total solar eclipse on Monday (Dec. 14), and a weather satellite captured a beautiful view of the event from space.

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) GOES-16 satellite watched the moon’s shadow dance across the Pacific Ocean, parts of Chile and Argentina, and the Atlantic Ocean during the only total solar eclipse of 2020. NOAA shared a great video of the satellite images on Twitter shortly after the solar eclipse.