Solar Eclipse
Solar EclipsePhoto by Abed Rahim Khatib/Flash90

The satellite company Starlink, owned by billionaire Elon Musk, published on Tuesday morning footage of the total solar eclipse that occurred Monday in North America.

The total eclipse began in the Pacific Ocean area, then moved to Mexico, and then the USA and Canada.

The eclipse occurred as the moon "crossed" the line between the Earth and the Sun. A total solar eclipse occurs somewhere on Earth every 18 months.

An estimated 32 million people live in the area of the total eclipse, a much higher figure than in 2017, when about 12 million people lived in the eclipse area.