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How to View a Total Solar Eclipse 2017 Without Damaging Your Eyes and where to buy Eclipse glasses

Shenzhen JRD Optics Industry Co.,Ltd | Updated: Jun 09, 2017

How to View a Total Solar Eclipse 2017 Without Damaging Your Eyes and where to buy Eclipse glasses

In 2017, a total solar eclipse will cross the continental U.S. from coast to coast. Anyone in the United States on Aug. 21, 2017, will be able to see at least a partial solar eclipse (weather permitting, of course). But only those people in what's known as the "path of totality" will see a total solar eclipse. For the Aug. 21 eclipse, the path of totality is about 70 miles wide (112 kilometers), and extends from Oregon to South Carolina. Depending on where observers are located, the sun may be completely obscured by the moon for up to 2 minutes and 40 seconds.

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Eye protection for looking at the sun

To view the sun directly (and safely), use "solar-viewing glasses" or "eclipse glasses" or "personal solar filters" (these are all names for the same thing), according to the safety recommendations from NASA. The "lenses" of solar-viewing glasses are made from special-purpose solar filters that are hundreds of thousands of times darker than regular sunglasses, according to Rick Fienberg, press officer for the American Astronomical Society (AAS). These glasses are so dark that the face of the sun should be the only thing visible through them, Fienberg said. Solar-viewing glasses can be used to view a solar eclipse, or to look for sunspots on the sun's surface.

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