Yesterday’s eclipse as seen by the GOES-East weather satellite. I just grabbed the full-disk geocolor JPGs with wget and stitched them together with ffmpeg.

BTW, If you’re wondering why the clouds remain in view as night falls to the East, it’s because the geocolor image is a composite of “true color” daytime and a Multispectral Infra-Red image for the night part. GEOS-East and West capture I think sixteen basic wavelength bands that can then be composited into various combination images. You can see them all, plus various composites, at the GOES Image viewer