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the SUNGAZERS eclipse glasses 2024

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Made in USA

Eclipse glasses made within the USA ensure top-notch quality and safety.

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Safe for Viewing

Eclipse viewing requires special glasses. These ensure protection for the eyes from harmful rays.

NASA Approved Eclipse Glasses


Our manufacturer crafts eclipse glasses not only for the public but also for NASA!

Bulk Eclipse Glasses Discounts Available!

Our Solar Eclipse Glasses are now available at wholesale prices. Perfect for schools, astronomy clubs, or anyone planning a viewing event!

Are You in the Path of Totality?

What You Need to Know About the Path of Totality

The path of totality is a narrow band across Earth where the Moon completely covers the Sun during a total solar eclipse. This year, on April 8th, the path stretches from Mexico, through the central US, and ends in Canada. Only those within this path will experience the "totality" phase, with its darkness, breathtaking corona, and incredible temperature drop. Outside the path, you'll see a partial eclipse, where the Sun is partially covered by the Moon.

The duration of totality varies along the path, with a maximum of 4 minutes and 28 seconds near Torreón, Mexico. Most locations experience 2-4 minutes. Whether it's worth traveling depends on your personal preferences and budget. Witnessing this rare phenomenon can be life-changing, but travel and accommodation costs can be high. Consider nearby locations with shorter totality for a potentially more affordable experience.

Absolutely! While the total eclipse offers a unique spectacle, a partial eclipse is still an awe-inspiring sight. You'll witness the Sun shrink, temperatures dip momentarily, and potentially see beautiful "shadow bands" dancing on the ground. Remember, safe viewing is crucial with proper eclipse glasses for both partial and total phases. So, even if you're not directly under the path, step outside and witness the magic of nature's celestial dance!

No, never look directly at the Sun, even partially, with sunglasses or unprotected eyes. They won't filter enough harmful solar radiation and can permanently damage your eyesight. Only use certified eclipse glasses specifically designed for safe solar viewing.

Solar eclipse glasses are special eyewear designed to protect your eyes from the harmful rays of the sun during a solar eclipse. They are much more powerful than regular sunglasses and should be ISO certified to ensure the highest level of protection.

During a solar eclipse, harmful rays of the sun can cause serious damage to your eyes if you look directly at the sun. Solar eclipse glasses filter out these harmful rays, allowing you to safely observe the eclipse.

No, regular sunglasses, even if they are very dark, are not safe for viewing a solar eclipse. They do not block enough of the sun's harmful rays.

While some welding shades can offer protection, we don't recommend them for viewing a solar eclipse. Only ISO certified solar eclipse glasses should be used to ensure maximum protection.

Your solar eclipse glasses should be certified to meet the ISO 12312-2 international safety standard. The certification information should be printed on the glasses.

If your glasses are not damaged or scratched, and if they meet the current ISO 12312-2 safety standard, you may be able to reuse them.

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