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Unique solar eclipse images and videos from space, air, mountains and more

By now, you've probably seen more than a few stunning photos of Monday's solar eclipse, which is a special treat even if you're not lucky enough to see it for yourself from the total path. However, for some people, simply looking up was not enough. Overachievers of the eclipse viewers flew through the air, skied down the mountains and ate their favorite snack cookies.

We've put together a collection of stunning and unique sights that you might have missed. And here they are, as seen from space, the Earth and the air between them.

One of Space X's Starlink satellites recorded this video of the eclipse from orbit.

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Solar eclipse as seen from a flight taking off from Brantford Aviation Center in Brantford, Ontario.

“You're exquisitely beautiful,” The Weather Channel's Steve Schumacher said of the eclipse from a glider.

All phases of the eclipse as seen above the Cleveland Terminal Tower.

“One of the most amazing things I have ever seen!” Max Thiel, who watched the eclipse from the top of Sugarloaf Mountain in Maine, He said on X.

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The eclipse unfolds as Mike Hayes skis a Vermont mountain wearing a GoPro.

A view of the eclipse's development from Cataract Falls in Indiana, about 50 miles southwest of Indianapolis.

Progressive Field, home of the Cleveland Guardians, hosted a viewing event with a great view of the spectacle.

This photo of the eclipse viewed through a piece of candy has received more than 2.8 million views on X.