First, approaching totality at 3:19 AM (1019 UT), 1/2 second at ISO 400. Note the blue dot to the left of the moon...and be sure to enlarge the image to see the blue dot.
Second, at 3:35 AM (1035 UT) about 10 minutes into totality. 1/3 second also at ISO 400...again, note that blue dot about a half-degree left of the moon...Anatomical jokes aside, that little blue dot is Uranus! Make sure to enlarge to full size to see it.
And just in case you are having a hard time, here it is labelled!