Solar eclipse time TODAY: When to view the solar eclipse in the UK 'These are quite rare'

How to safely look at a solar eclipse?

Although viewing a solar eclipse is a truly thrilling experience, you need to take certain precautions before you head out tomorrow.

Even though the Sun is partially obscured by the Sun, its harmful rays still threaten to permanently damage your eyes.

You should, therefore, never look at an eclipse without a pair of special eyeglasses or visors.

The Royal Astronomical Society: “How NOT to view a solar eclipse: with your eyes! Viewing a solar eclipse is potentially hazardous and should only be attempted with caution.

“You should never, ever – under any circumstances – look directly at the Sun!”


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