The sun emits an incredibly intense and harmful form of radiation, including ultraviolet (UV) and infrared (IR) radiation. During a solar eclipse, this radiation is still present and can be even more harmful. So, here are AAA solar eclipse glasses certified to meet the ISO 12312-2 safety standard. This certification guarantees that the glasses provide adequate protection from harmful solar radiation. Choosing certified glasses is essential to ensure their effectiveness in safeguarding your eyes.
Eclipse Preparations and Record Visitors Expected: Preparations are underway in some of the big cities in the path, including Dallas, Austin, San Antonio, Cleveland, Buffalo, and Indianapolis, where preparations have already begun. Indianapolis, which is calling itself the "eclipse capital of the Midwest," is anticipating an influx of more than 1 million visitors next April, according to the city’s tourism bureau.
Four-minute solar eclipse climax: "If you’ve never experienced a total solar eclipse, imagine the thrill and excitement of witnessing a shooting star," he said. "Amazing, right? And how long does it last? Maybe half a second? Now, multiply that half-second feeling of a shooting star by that of a four-minute solar eclipse climax. I guarantee you’ll never forget it, and you’ll do everything you can to experience it again."
Get your eclipse glasses ready: NASA reminds sky watchers to practice safe viewing before and after the total eclipse. In fact, it's never safe to view the sun with the naked eye. The sun’s surface is so bright that if you stare at any portion of it, no matter how small, it produces enough light to permanently damage your retina. Without proper eye protection, you can suffer from “eclipse blindness.” Regular sunglasses are not sufficient. Use AAA eclipse glasses that meet ISO 12312-2 international safety standards.
In conclusion, get ready to witness the upcoming solar eclipse with a sense of wonder and anticipation. Prioritize your safety, use AAA certified eclipse glasses, and be prepared to join the millions who will marvel at this extraordinary celestial event.