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VisiSolar Eclipse Glasses and Photo Filter Combo 2 Pack

VisiSolar Eclipse Glasses and Photo Filter Combo 2 Pack

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Don't miss out on your chance to see the event with the whole family! Everyone can participate with our VisiSolar Eclipse Glasses and Photo Filter Combo Pack.

  • Solar eclipse glasses are special glasses designed to protect your eyes while viewing a solar eclipse or other solar phenomena. These glasses are CE certified and have been independently tested to meet the ISO 12312-2 standard. 
  • VisiSolar smartphone photo filters are the must-have photo filters for every smartphone photographer and eclipse enthusiast. Specifically designed to capture the awe-inspiring beauty of a solar eclipse, this innovative filter ensures that you never miss a moment of this celestial spectacle. 

    Eclipse Glasses Made In The USA

    Photo Filter Made In China

    Shipping Fee: Free for orders over $29

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    VisiSolar eclipse glasses are specifically designed glasses that are used to protect your eyes while observing a solar eclipse. During a solar eclipse, the moon passes between the Earth and the sun, which causes the sun to become partially or fully blocked. While it is safe to look at the sun when it is completely blocked by the moon, it can be dangerous to look at the partially blocked sun as the bright light can cause severe eye damage or even blindness.

    VisiSolar eclipse glasses are made with special filters that block out most of the harmful ultraviolet and infrared radiation from the sun, allowing you to safely view the eclipse. They are designed to be worn over your eyes like regular glasses, and they should fit snugly to prevent any gaps where the sun's rays could sneak through.

    It's important to note that regular sunglasses, no matter how dark, are not safe to use for viewing a solar eclipse. Only use glasses specifically designed for eclipse viewing to protect your eyes. Set a good example: Wearing solar eclipse glasses sets a good example for others, especially children, who may be tempted to look directly at the sun without proper eye protection. By wearing the glasses yourself, you can encourage others to do the same and promote safe viewing habits.

    Solar eclipses occur when the moon passes between the Earth and the sun, casting a shadow on the Earth's surface. This phenomenon can be observed when the moon is in its new phase, and its path crosses the Earth's orbital plane. A solar eclipse can only occur during the daytime, and it typically lasts for a few minutes.

    There are three types of solar eclipses: total, partial, and annular. A total solar eclipse occurs when the moon completely covers the sun, causing a total blackout. This is a rare and spectacular event that can only be viewed from a specific region of the Earth, where the moon's shadow falls. A partial solar eclipse occurs when the moon only partially covers the sun, resulting in a crescent-shaped sun. An annular solar eclipse occurs when the moon is at its farthest distance from the Earth, making it appear smaller than the sun. As a result, the sun's outer edges appear as a ring of fire around the moon.

    Solar eclipses have been observed and documented for thousands of years. In ancient cultures, solar eclipses were often interpreted as a sign of impending doom or a message from the gods. Today, we understand the scientific basis of solar eclipses and use them as an opportunity to study the sun's corona, or outer atmosphere.

    To safely observe a solar eclipse, it is important to use solar eclipse glasses or other forms of eye protection. Looking directly at the sun during a solar eclipse can cause serious eye damage, including blindness. It is also important to be aware of the potential dangers associated with traveling to view a solar eclipse, such as traffic congestion and the risk of dehydration and heat exhaustion.

    Solar eclipses are a fascinating and awe-inspiring natural phenomenon that have been observed and studied for thousands of years. With proper eye protection and safety precautions, solar eclipses can be safely viewed and enjoyed by people around the world.