Ill never look at a potato the same again..
Phobos, the moon of Mars, passing by the Sun as seen from the red planet.
This simulation was made using images from the panoramic camera on NASA’s Opportunity rover in 2011.
Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Cornell/Texas A&M
Curiosity watched on sol 713 as lumpy Phobos passed across the face of the Sun. There are 84 images in this animation, which runs faster than natural speed. A couple of sunspots are faintly visible. The animation is composed of raw JPEG images, so contains artifacts, particularly at the high-contrast areas at the edges of the Sun and Phobos.
NASA / JPL / MSSS / TAMU / Emily Lakdawalla (via Curiosity sees a Phobos transit, sol 713 | The Planetary Society)