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NASA recorded the International Space Station flying in front of the solar eclipse

As the moon sneaked in front of the sun during Monday's total solar eclipse, a photographer captured a once-in-a-lifetime sight.

Watch live: NASA TV is broadcasting video of the total solar eclipse online

The space agency's live video coverage began at noon ET, and the first moment of totality in Oregon starts at 1:15 p.m. ET (10:15 a.m. PT).

The car-traffic apocalypse of the total solar eclipse has begun

Solar-eclipse-related traffic jams began last week, but poor forecasts may worsen the problem as people migrate to nearby towns and cities with clear skies.

Gorgeous new supercomputer images reveal what the total solar eclipse might look like

Spoiler alert: Computer scientists have calculated what the sun's corona will appear on August 21, 2017.

15 solar eclipse maps you need to study before the astronomical event of a century

A data scientist and cartographer who's chased solar eclipses for 26 years created these incredible maps.

Soul-crushing traffic may plague the total solar eclipse — these maps reveal the worst choke points

"People should not casually expect to drive down on the morning of the eclipse."

NASA will stream incredible 360-degree video of the eclipse — and you can watch it live on Facebook

When you open Facebook on Monday, a special message about the 2017 total solar eclipse will promote NASA's live-streaming video feeds.

The total solar eclipse may break internet records — here’s how web companies are preparing for the crush

"This will be the most photographed, most shared, most tweeted event in human history."

Millions of solar-eclipse glasses are being given away — here’s where to grab a pair

When was the last time you visited your local library? You should if you plan to look at the 2017 total solar eclipse.

NASA has a brilliant plan to make the total solar eclipse last nearly 3 times as long

Two "eclipse jets" will fly in the moon's shadow for seven minutes to take the best-ever videos of the sun's mysterious, million-degree corona.