Nasa's Mars rover, Curiosity, has photographed a Martian eclipse from the surface of the Red Planet.
It was a tricky shoot as Phobos and its sister moon, Deimos, are closer to Mars than our Moon is to Earth, so they shoot across the sky relatively quickly.
The rover took more than 600 images with its left and right cameras, about 100 of which captured some part of the eclipse.
Not all the pictures have been radioed back to Earth.
Curiosity is not alone - from the other side of the planet, Nasa's second rover, Opportunity, also tried to shoot the eclipse on Wednesday.