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Can I wear eclipse glasses over my regular eyeglasses?

Yes, you can certainly put them over regular eyeglasses, as I myself do!

The reality is that these “eclipse glasses” are really solar filters, and are designed to be used for only a brief time, as you glance at the partial phases to check on the progress of the … Read More »



I have a department-store telescope with a “solar filter” – can I use that to look at the Sun?

NO! NO! NO!

 

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These cheap “filters” are manufactured and marketed as being able to be inserted into the eyepiece. That means that by the time they get to the filter, all the Sun’s rays have gone through … Read More »



How do I look at the Sun without going blind?

This is a biggie. You CANNOT look at the Sun while ANY PART of its bright disk is still visible. The moon does cover quite a bit of it during the partial phases leading up to totality, but you HAVE to use special solar viewing glasses (also called “eclipse … Read More »



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