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Enjoy American Eclipse Events with Eclipse Glasses

If you were fortunate enough to experience the last total solar American eclipse, you probably remember the awesome sight vividly. Over thirty years later, another total solar eclipse will be visible from the United States on August 21, 2017. You will be able to fully enjoy this rare event using the solar filters we offer at American Paper Optics.
  • Jason Lewin

Solar Eclipse Viewers Offer Effective Eclipse Eye Protection

There are many ways you can view solar eclipses, but some of the methods do not offer adequate eye protection. Some devices (like pinhole cameras) protect the eyes but you do not get a direct view of the event. Other methods are simply not safe at all. So what's the best eclipse eye protection you can use? Consider high-quality eclipse glasses from American Paper Optics. Read on to learn how our products can help you.

  • Jason Lewin

Be Fully Prepared for The Upcoming 2017 Eclipse

The world around us and beyond continues to amaze and astound us. Nowadays, since we have gathered so much knowledge and readily available information, it is a breeze to find out more about all the wonders of our world. Sometimes, when interesting and unusual things happen in nature, it can make us stop and think; marveling at the grandeur of the universe we live in. If you love rare and amazing natural events, then you will be excited to find out that for the first time in thirty-eight years, there will be a total solar eclipse visible in the United States. This North American eclipse is sure to be a magnificent sight that will be able to be viewed by millions of people throughout the U.S.

  • Jason Lewin

Solar Eclipse Viewer Options: How to Safely View a Solar Eclipse

According to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), sunglasses, welding goggles, or smoked/tinted glass should never be used to view a solar eclipse. These types of eye protection may block some of the sun's rays, they do not completely protect your eyes from the harmful sunlight. Instead, it is suggested that you use professional solar eclipse viewers, that have special filters to allow for safe viewing. Let's discuss safe solar eclipse viewer options.

  • Jason Lewin

Prepare for the 2017 Eclipse with A Solar Eclipse Viewer

You may have heard about the total solar eclipse that will occur on August 21, 2017. Although it has been discovered that total solar eclipses can be seen somewhere on earth once every 18 months or so, this eclipse will be special because it will be the first time in 38 years that a solar eclipse is visible in the United States. If you would like viewing this spectacular event without having to worry about damaging your eyes, then you should get a solar eclipse viewer from Eclipse Glasses.

  • Jason Lewin