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2017 Eclipse Blog / FAQ

What if I don't look directly

Answered questions about the eclipseCategory: QuestionsWhat if I don't look directly
Leslie asked 4 months ago

I cant find glasses so I dont plan to look directly at the eclipse. Assume this is safe?

1 Answers
Admin Staff answered 4 months ago

You can use a method such as pinhole projection to view the partial phases.  If you are in the path, you will look at totality directly so that’s not a problem.  But if you’re not in the path, you always need to use either projection or certified eye protection.

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