Solar Eclipse box. DIY alternative for Solar Eclipse Glasses by Granny B.

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Solar Eclipse box.
DIY alternative for Solar Eclipse Glasses by Granny B.
Tomorrow is a special day.
Millions of Americans will enjoy the Solar Eclipse.
Built you own pinhole projector to enjoy the solar eclipse.
The moon will completely cover the sun, and the corona, can be seen.
Millions of Americans were able to get the safety glasses , made for the eclipse.
You can still make this box to be able to see what the eclipse looks like.
Granny B. shows you how to make this box with simple materials,
You will need a box, paper, tape or glue, a needle, a pair of scissors and a little piece of aluminum foil.
You don't have to decorate the box.
Be safe and don't look at this event without protection for your eyes.
It will really hurt your eyes or it can even blind you.

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Eclipse glasses are a great way to observe a solar eclipse, but what if you don't have a pair? Find out how to easily make an eclipse-perfect pin-hole viewer with common household items. Activity Link: http://eclipse2017.nso.edu/making-a-pinhole-viewer/ *Caution: never look at the Sun THROUGH the pinhole viewer. Use this to project an image of the sun onto another surface to look at indirectly. *********************************************************************************************************************************************** On August 21st 2017, every state in the US will experience a solar eclipse. Here we will discuss some of the basics you'll need to know if you are planning or helping to coordinate an eclipse event, or if you'd like to know a little bit more about what to expect. The National Solar Observatory is sponsored by the National Science Foundation. Any opinions, findings and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this publication are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation. For more information, visit eclipse2017.nso.edu

WARNING: NEVER USE ECLIPSE GLASSES TO LOOK THROUGH TELESCOPES, SPOTTING SCOPES, CAMERA LENSES, BINOCULARS, OR ANY LENS SYSTEM THAT ARE AIMED AT THE SUN! INSTANT AND IRREVERSIBLE DAMAGE TO YOUR EYE(S) WILL OCCUR! Eclipse Glasses and over-the-lens solar filters that are ISO 12312-2 Rated are 100% safe for direct observations of the Sun, provided that they are used properly. But you should NEVER use eclipse glasses to view through telescopes, binoculars, or any lens or mirror system that DOES NOT have safety-certified over-the-lens solar filters. Scott Roberts from Explore Scientific demonstrates how the energy of the Sun focused through lenses will INSTANTLY DAMAGE eclipse glasses and your eye(s).

Easy way to make a solar eclipse glass. Tested myself without any issue. Make sure the coat is thick enough, do a quick test and darken more if necessary. Use caution and do at your own risk. Easy way to look at the sun. Share and Subscribe me and I will subscribe you (If you are visible to me)!!

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