Tuesday was a great day for sky watchers in Chile and Argentina.

At around 2 p.m. EDT, a solar eclipse moved across the Pacific Ocean, creating a total solar eclipse that captured the world’s attention.

The eclipse was only visible across southern portions of the Pacific Ocean and South America, but the whole world was able to watch the moon block out the sun online.

Totality only lasted for about two minutes — more than enough time for satellites and enthusiasts to capture some spectacular shots: