We all know that the solar eclipse is coming, and we all want to see it! However, solar eclipses can be dangerous for your eyes. Thankfully, Nasa is showing us how to watch it and keep our eyes safe.
This year August has an abundance of astrological events taking place. The earth will be flooded with cosmic energy, and you won’t want to miss it – especially the solar eclipse. The solar eclipse has a lot of astrological significance, but nonetheless, it’s just neat to see! However, if you don’t take the steps necessary to protect your eyes, you won’t be seeing much – or for very much longer.
The solar eclipse is scheduled to happen on August 21, 2017. It includes a small band of solar eclipse stretching from the east to the west. However, you have to be careful while watching it.
You should never look directly into sunlight during a solar eclipse, except during the brief time where it is a full eclipse. Looking directly into the eclipse can cause eye damage. If you experience vision changes after viewing the eclipse, you should consult with your eye doctor immediately. Thankfully, NASA has shown us the steps necessary to keep your eyes safe during the eclipse. You can learn how in the video below, and make sure to enjoy the eclipse!