The Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) is a NASA satellite that constantly observes the sun. Twice a year, the satellite's view is obscured by the Earth, which means there's an eclipse, but only observable from the satellite. SDO technicians made a video of the eclipse seen from the satellite last night. The video is pretty neat, but here's something you can pass along with or without a link:
And I’ll leave you with this question: when the Moon passes between the Earth and the Sun, it’s a solar eclipse, and when the Earth passes between the Sun and the Moon, it’s a lunar eclipse. So what do we call it when, for us on the surface, the Earth gets in between us and the Sun?
See the video at Bad Astronomy. Link