By complete and utter coincidence I just saw my own in game eclipse for the first time too!
So I was doing a mission to get as much science as I possibly could. I recently watched one of Manley's videos and picked up the tip from him that to maximise you science for a mission, there are basically 3 areas per planet/moon to do them in: High orbit, low orbit and surface (I'm sure there are multiple surface missions depending on whether or not biomes have been enabled for the planet too). The boundary between high and low orbit varies per planet as far as I can tell.
Assuming you have access to solar panels, you can do all you experiments multiple times in the 3 zones, sending back results between each set of experiments and you'll get an absolute ton of science for your missions.
With that in mind, Jebediah took off from Kerbin and immediately did low orbit experiments followed by high orbit experiments around the planet.
That done he headed off to Minmus for the missions one planned landing. Did experiments in high orbit, low orbit and on the surface, then took off for the Mun.
He thought long and hard about landing on the Mun but ultimately was talked out of it and only did the high and low orbit experiments, then headed home.
As he entered the atmosphere for the final time (there was a lot of aero-breaking involved), he decided to pack away the solar panels to keep them safe for landing. As he pushed the button to stow the first one he noticed a strange read-out that said 'Blocked by Mun', which was odd because he wasn't at the Mun!
So he stuck his head out of the window to find the Mun, and saw this:
The science from the mission convinced him it was definitely worth it! (probably would have gotten more if I hadn't already done some experiments in/around Kerbin, Minmus and the Mun before this mission)