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Gear Up for The 2017 Solar Eclipse!

When we are able to witness beautiful and unusual sights in the sky, it often leaves us filled with wonder at the glory and vastness of the universe around us. One of those sightings that is extremely special for most, is a solar eclipse. As eclipses only occur on rare occasions, they are also unable to be seen in every part of the world when they do. On August 21, 2017, those present in the United States will be able to view a spectacular solar eclipse for the first time in thirty-eight years! You won’t want to miss it. Before the eclipse happens, however, you need to make sure you have special viewing glasses so you can watch it without damaging your eyes.

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Finding the best Eclipse Glasses

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Promote a Business While Staying Safe With Custom Eclipse Glasses

A solar eclipse is an amazing event that numerous people from all over the world enjoy. Thousands of people travel to locations near and far to take in this experience in the best possible way. This is a special occasion for all eclipse chasers and new comers alike due to their rarity. However, witnessing an eclipse can cause some damaging consequences.
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The Do's and Don'ts of Solar Eclipse Viewers

A solar eclipse occurs when the sun's rays are blocked as the moon passes between the earth and sun. For an eclipse to occur, the earth, sun, and moon must be aligned near perfect in a straight line, which can only happen during a new moon phase. There are four solar eclipses occurring in most calendar years, with the maximum number being seven. Four types of solar eclipses exist: total, partial, annular, and hybrid.
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The 2017 Solar Eclipse Revealed

On August 21, 2017, a “not to be missed” event will be occurring. It is one of nature’s most miraculous displays — a total eclipse of the Sun. The moon will completely block the Sun and day will become night. For a total eclipse to take place, the sun, moon and Earth must be in total alignment with each other.
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