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Know the Path The 2017 Eclipse Will Take Across the United States

On August 21, the total solar eclipse will be visible from Oregon to South Carolina, across 12 states. You probably already know that you need to wear eclipse glasses with solar filters to safely observe the American solar eclipse. Without them, you risk harming your eyes.
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How To Host Your Own Eclipse Event

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Getting Ready for an Eclipse Party

A solar eclipse is a rare event that everyone should see at least once in a lifetime. A solar eclipse happens when the moon passes between the sun and the earth, and the moon fully or partially blocks the sun. There are generally between two and five eclipses each year, depending upon the lunar calendar. Most are partial eclipses, but if you’re lucky a full solar eclipse might pass near you.

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Is There a Safe Way to Watch the Sun?

One of the best options to protect your eyes during a solar eclipse is to purchase our safe solar eclipse glasses. We have a wide-range of designs to chose from.

Some people try to make their own eclipse glasses, but doing so is not nearly as safe as buying our officially tested eclipse eyewear. It's common sense to purchase high-quality safe solar eclipse glasses to make sure that you have all of the protection that you need.

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Don’t Go See The 2017 Solar Eclipse Without Your Eclipse Shades

A solar eclipse is a gorgeous natural phenomenon that is the result of the moon being positioned exactly between the earth and the sun. A solar eclipse has not been visible in the continental United States since February 1979. That time is coming to a close! In August 2017, a total solar eclipse will be visible in much of the United States.

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