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SOLAR ECLIPSE SAFETY by Marcin Chojnowski, ASC Eclipse Intern

Remember when you were just a kid and adults would tell you to never look at the Sun because you could damage your eyes? That fact will hold true so long as the Sun shines in our sky. However, there are a few exceptions to this rule so that you can SAFELY view the Sun during the partial stages of a solar eclipse. Before explaining safe viewing methods, let’s discuss items that should NOT be used to view a solar eclipse.  NEVER USE THE FOLLOWING ITEMS TO WATCH THE... Read More
Posted by Molly Hornbuckle at 6/30/17 | 0 comments
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