The Great American Eclipse is behind us now, with only memories of midday office escapes and about one billion photos to scroll through on social media to remember it by. For most glasses-wearing terrestrials, adequately capturing the phenomenon as it happened was nearly impossible (capturing New Yorkers enjoying the event, on the other hand, was not).

Luckily, NASA has released their images of eclipse photos taken on board the International Space Station, a mesmerizing collection that does as good a job of depicting the celestial event as anything we've come across yet.

Hurry about and click through the gallery above, on the rare chance you develop eclipse-blindness in the next few hours. And if you're still hunting for professional eclipse content, definitely check out PBS NOVA's documentary Eclipse Over America, which aired last night.