How to View a Solar Eclipse Safely

Use eclipse glasses or a solar filter.

Never look directly at the sun with the naked eye.

Make sure your eclipse glasses or solar filter are ISO-approved.

Do not look at the sun through a telescope or binoculars without a solar filter.

Be aware of your surroundings.

Arrive early, take breaks, and be patient.

Solar eclipses are one of the most awe-inspiring natural phenomena that humans can experience. Watching the moon pass in front of the sun and block its light is a truly unforgettable sight. However, it is important to remember that solar eclipses can be dangerous to view directly with the naked eye.