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January, 2017 Archives

What do I do with the glasses when the eclipse is over?

Great question!

 

The eclipse glasses contain a very special filter material that is ISO certified to be completely safe for direct solar viewing. So, as long as … Read More »



“Eclipse” glasses, or “Partial Eclipse” glasses?

Why are they called “eclipse glasses”? Do you need them if you’re in the path? What about if you’re not in the path?

glasses2(You WILL need them – get … Read More »



How many states does the total eclipse touch?

EASY!

Twelve – I mean, fourteen – I mean, essentially 12; realistically 12 – but no – REALLY 14!

…or is it…? Hmmm….. Let’s see –

The path of totality for the 2017 eclipse passes over the continental USA from coast to coast – the first time this has happened … Read More »



Tell me the best place to watch the eclipse from!

Easy! Someplace in the path of totality, where the weather is clear on eclipse day!

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(How’s that for committing to an answer?!)

But seriously, beyond that general recommendation, eclipse2017.org can’t … Read More »



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