WATCH: Elon Musk shares 'out of this world' view of Total Solar Eclipse

What did the Solar Eclipse look like from lunar orbit?

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 Elon Musk shares rare view of Total Solar Eclipse from Starlink satellite in orbit. — X/@elonmusk

SpaceX CEO Elon Musk gave the world a unique view of the Total Solar Eclipse as Earthlings faced the sky to witness the celestial phenomenon on Monday.

Musk, 52, joined the solar eclipse frenzy across the United States as he shared a view of the rare occurrence from an entirely different angle.

He shared a video on X, formerly known as Twitter, that showed a view of the Earth from orbit outer space. The video clearly showed a large dark spot on the planet as the camera travelled over it.

The tech billionaire captioned the post: "View of the eclipse from orbit".

Musk was among many other celebrities who also witnessed the celestial event and shared the moment with their fans on social media.

People flooded streets on Monday to witness the day turn to night as the moon covered the disk of the sun.

Experts have revealed that this was the first solar eclipse of 2024 and the next one will not occur until 2044.