Safe Solar Eclipse Glasses Provide Stylish Safety And Comfort
Stay Stylish and Comfortable this Eclipse Season!
Have you ever had the opportunity to witness a total solar eclipse? A lot of people can claim to have had the good fortune to see a lunar eclipse, notably the one that took place on September 28, 2015. However, a solar eclipse is far more rare, and is usually only visible in certain parts of the world. On August 21, 2017, for the first time in several decades, a total solar eclipse will be visible in certain parts of the United States. This is your opportunity to see this awe-inspiring event, and discover what it is like to see one of the most magnificent and natural wonders in the world. Be sure to remember to bring enough pairs of safe solar eclipse glasses for everyone, so that you entire group can be adequately protected from the sun’s rays.
Why Are Safe Solar Eclipse Glasses Needed?
A solar eclipse is an astronomical event that is the result of the moon passing between the Earth and the Sun. The Earth, Moon and Sun form a straight line, with the Moon passing in front of and completely blocking the Sun for several minutes. When the Moon is in front of the Sun, the result is a gorgeous sight: the Moon a completely black disc in the sky, surrounded by a ring of the white corona of the Sun shining out from behind it. You probably already know that it is never safe to look directly at the Sun. It’s extremely bright rays and ultraviolet light are hard on the eyes.
Even a good pair of sunglasses isn’t going to completely block out the dangerous rays of the sun, because they are not designed to block out enough of the harmful rays. This is why you need to buy our safe solar eclipse glasses that are specifically designed for viewing solar eclipses. These are very effective at blocking out all unsafe rays, but still allow you to see the eclipse in natural colors.
- Jason Lewin