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2017 Eclipse Blog / FAQ


Mom asked 4 months ago

If it is cloudy, do the same rules apply as far as safety glasses if you want to look up in the sky?

1 Answers
Admin Staff answered 4 months ago

It depends on what “cloudy” means. If the Sun is completely hidden by clouds, then it is no more dangerous than on any other day. But if there are only small amounts of clouds, and the Sun is popping in and out of them, then do not look directly at the Sun at any time without using eye protection.

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