Scientists Catch Space Station Photobomb Of The Eclipse
This a cool phenomenon that required math and travel, so don't feel bad if you didn't see it.
These scientists did the math and realized that this particular spot in the middle of Wyoming would be the best place to see the International Space Station cross into the path of the solar eclipse we all saw to varying degrees on August 21, 2017.
Once quirk of fate for them was that a midwife from the Indian Reservation where this was going to be visible delivered one of the scientist's children and she got them permission to set up there. What are the odds.
The actual photobomb is best shown at 3:51.