The NOAA’s GOES East Satellite just captured this stunning image of a solar eclipse as it moved across South America. 😲🤯☀️🌕 @NOAA's GOES East satellite is capturing the shadow of this morning's solar eclipse as it traverses South America. In December of last year, folks in Argentina and Chile were lucky enough to witness the only solar eclipse of 2020. The blurry edges of the shadow make up the penumbra, which only results in a partial solar eclipse for those on Earth down below. It’s amazing that the NOAA managed to capture this image, considering just how rare it is to see a solar eclipse.