Unique solar eclipse photos, videos from space, wind, mountains and more

You've probably seen some stunning pictures of Monday's solar eclipse by now, and even if you weren't lucky enough to see it for yourself from the path of totality, it's still a special treat. For some, looking up isn't enough. The most accomplished of eclipse watchers flew through the air, glided down mountains, and used their favorite snack crackers.

We have compiled a collection of amazing and unique scenes that you might have missed. Here they are, seen from space, ground and air.

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

This view comes from Sen Satellite.

The solar eclipse was seen from a plane taking off from the Brantford Air Center in Brantford, Ontario.

“You look so beautiful,” the Weather Channel's Steve Schumacher said of the eclipse from a paraglider.

All phases of the eclipse will be visible above Cleveland's Terminal Tower.

“One of the most incredible things I've ever seen!” Max Thiel, who saw the eclipse from the top of Maine's Sugarloaf Mountain, Said in X.

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

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

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

This image of the eclipse, projected by Snackcracker, has now garnered over 2.8 million views on X.

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