Where to Buy Solar Eclipse Glasses
A solar eclipse occurs when the moon passes in front of the sun. A partial eclipse is when the moon passes in front of the sun but does not cover the sun completely. A total solar eclipse is when the moon completely covers the sun’s disk. Total eclipses occur somewhere on Earth approximately once every 18 months. The next total solar eclipse visible in the United States in 2024. However, there will be a total solar eclipse visible from Chile and Argentina in April of 2019.
A total solar eclipse can bring out the awe and wonder from anyone. But do not forget that, in order to view the eclipse, you will need to wear specialized solar glasses to protect your eyes from sun damage. EclipseGlasses.com, by American Paper Optics, is an approved vendor through the AAS Solar Eclipse Task Force. The AAS is an authority on where to buy solar eclipse glasses, and does not give out their approval to just any company. Our glasses had to meet stringent safety standards in order to obtain this sought-after certification. We only sell certified, ISO compliant solar viewing glasses.
Our paper glasses are available in an assortment of colors and designs, and are ideal for schools, libraries, corporate promotions, and social events. These solar glasses provide a cost-effective solution for the casual eclipse chaser. We also provide plastic eclipse glasses, which are more durable, and look like a traditional pair of sunglasses. They come with a storage bag that will help keep your glasses scratch free for years to come!
Our website is the best resource on where to buy solar eclipse glasses. When visiting, take a look at our Eclipse Glasses Safety page. Here you will find information on ISO Certification, CE Certification, how to identify certified solar glasses, and where to buy solar eclipse glasses. Purchasing, and wearing, certified solar eclipse glasses while viewing a total or partial eclipse is the only safe way to protect the eyes while looking straight at the sun.
Visit our website today to purchase your solar eclipse glasses.
- Alexander Risse