This is quite a feat.
Photographer Trevor Mahlmann figured out where you'd need to be within the path of totality in order to capture the International Space Station transiting the sun during the eclipse. That alone is pretty awesome. But there was a hitch.
The land area that you'd need to be on in order to capture it is private land. By happenstance Destin from Smarter Everyday has a friend whose child was midwifed by a woman who knows (or is married to?) the landowner? Incredible.
So the three of them teamed up to get what I would say is easily the best photography done during the eclipse so far.
You can watch Destin's video on Smarter Everyday and then also head on over to Trevor's Patreon to help support his work.