This should be repeated until early next month. Indeed, we approach the spring equinox and the satellite is in geosynchronous orbit at 36,000 km above the American continent.
This means that every day around 7:00 UT, the Sun will be obscured because the satellite, the Earth and Sun are perfectly aligned.
This phenomenon also occurs in autumn equinoxes. An eclipse can last up to 72 minutes. (via videovax).
But.. was it a sun and earth eclipse, it does seem rather quick, with unusual shape involved.
You can see that the object that covers the sun has not even edges and contours.
From this we may assume that it is an unidentified object (or the shadow of it) right in front of the camera, and not a planet!