How do you use eclipse glasses?
Put your eclipse glasses on over them, or hold your handheld viewer in front of them.
Stand still and cover your eyes with your eclipse glasses or solar viewer before looking up at the bright Sun.
After looking at the Sun, turn away and remove your filter — do not remove it while looking at the Sun.
How do you look at the solar eclipse with glasses?
Here are the steps:
- Empty a cereal box.
- Get a piece of white paper.
- Stand the box on it, and trace the bottom.
- Cut out that shape.
- Tape it to the inside of the box on the bottom.
- Close the top of the box.
- Cut out two square holes on the left and right sides.
- Place the tin foil over one of the holes.
Why do you wear glasses during an eclipse?
Solar eclipse glasses are inexpensive, very dark filters with cardboard or paper frames that are designed to protect your eyes from retina damage when viewing an eclipse. Certified “eclipse glasses” offer adequate protection from the sun’s potentially damaging UV rays when viewing a solar eclipse.
Is it safe to see solar eclipse with sunglasses?
Never look directly at the Sun. You can seriously hurt your eyes, and even go blind. Proper eye protection, like eclipse glasses or a Sun filter, is the only safe option. Sunglasses don’t work.