How to View The Solar Eclipse Without Burning Your Eyeholes to Crap [VIDEO]
There will be an annular solar eclipse on Sunday between 7:30 PM and 9:30 PM. Strangely enough a lot of people don’t know that even when the sun is “blocked out” by the moon, it can still blind you if you look straight into it. Well it can. So I’m here to show you how to view the eclipse without ending up blind, or only being able to see the color chartreuse for the rest of your life. First here’s a video from NASA about the eclipse.
I also found a decent website with instructions on how to build a viewer that will save your little eyeballs from being burned out like the ark scene from Indiana Jones. Make sure to read the disclaimer though. SAFETY FIRST EVERYBODY!
Ok, now go to their website for more info.
Other than building one of these boxes, you’ll need a solar telescope that can save your eyes because they are built for viewing the sun directly. Otherwise wait until about 5 minutes after it happens and watch all the videos on YouTube. That’s probably easiest anyway.