The Best Photobomb Ever: NASA’s Space Station Crosses The Sun During The Eclipse Like A Boss

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9:00 am 24 Aug, 2017


Millions of people experienced the first coast-to-coast total solar eclipse in the US after a century. It was a sight to behold.


While a lot of people enjoyed this spectacular moment either with special glasses or telescopes, NASA was capturing this whole episode in a way no one had imagined of.


The International Space Station, with a crew of six onboard, crossed over the sun at roughly five miles per second during a partial solar eclipse.

Watch it here:

This amazing photobomb was captured by NASA photographer, Joel Kowsky. He was present at Northern Cascades National Park, Washington, at that time.

Expectedly, the internet cannot stop praising this wonderful moment.



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