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The United States saw a Total Solar Eclipse!
Your use of this site is contingent on your understanding and agreement that you have read this link, you agree with its contents, and you will comply with all the rules of common sense and well established protocols for eye safety when observing any solar phenomenon.
"...And we'll see YOU... in the shadow!!"

Did you order glasses from us? Are you worried about the big recall?
How do you know the glasses you got from us were safe to use? is on the American Astronomical Society's approved vendor list for eclipse glasses!

Also, please read the blog post we wrote about the safety of glasses ordered from!

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Eclipse Viewing Instructions

(By clicking on any of the links on this page, you agree to be bound to the Terms and Conditions for use of the eclipse glasses)


The following pages (as well as the instructions printed on the glasses) make up the complete set of instructions you need to follow, in order to use's eclipse glasses:

Direct link to the
Instruction sheet PDF
(Include this sheet, or a link to it, with
any glasses you provide to others)

Thanks for your commitment to view the eclipse safely!

UPDATE: Reports have surfaced about FAKE eclipse glasses!

Here are links from the American Astronomical Society.
You won't find any better instruction on how to correctly use an approved method for observing the eclipse!

Links from the AAS!
  How to View a Solar Eclipse Safely!
  Projection: Pinhole & Optical
  General Eye Safety
  Solar Eclipse safety flyer and tons of great resources
  (Direct links to one-page PDF instruction sheets:)
  Eclipse viewing instruction sheet provided by the AAS
  Eclipse viewing instruction sheet provided by NASA
The safety information in the links above has been endorsed by the American Astronomical Society, the American Academy of Ophthalmology, NASA, the American Academy of Optometry, and the National Science Foundation.

We also refer you to the instructions contained on the glasses themselves, (which you must read and follow),
to this great set of eclipse viewing instructions published by the National Science Teachers Association, and to other sites where you can find complete viewing instructions!

Meanwhile, we have also prepared a set of instructions
in many languages, which you can find using the links below.


English Eclipse Viewing Instructions are available as well, of course!

(Are there any errors with the translation into your language?)
(Can you provide an accurate translation into a language we don't have?)

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