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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 »



Eclipse2017.org’s Offical 2017 Eclipse Blog!

Welcome to Eclipse2017.org’s official blog page! Over the next few months (as we approach eclipse day), we’ll be posting about all things eclipse-related. Your author is Dan McGlaun, a veteran eclipse chaser with 12 total eclipses under his belt. All topics will be fair game: What causes eclipses, what you’ll … Read More »



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