REVEALED: NASA’s ingenious hack that allows you to make your own solar eclipse safe glasses using just a CEREAL BOX

Monday, August 21, 2017
By Paul Martin

Anyone eager to catch a glimpse of Monday’s solar eclipse but doesn’t want to pay exorbitant prices for special viewing glasses could make their own
NASA has come up with low-tech and cost-friendly ideas to make sure people can look at the once-in-a-century eclipse while also preserving their eyesight
One solution is making protective eye gear using a ‘cereal box personal theater’

DAILYMAIL.COM
21 August 2017

Anyone eager to catch a glimpse of Monday’s historic total solar eclipse but doesn’t want to pay exorbitant prices for special viewing glasses could make their own.

Since it is too dangerous to look at the sun during an eclipse with the naked eye, eclipse enthusiasts must use protection.

NASA has come up with ingenious low-tech and cost-friendly ideas to make sure people can look at the once-in-a-century eclipse while also preserving their eyesight, according to The Washington Post.

One solution is making protective eye gear using a ‘cereal box personal theater’.

Find a pair of craft scissors, an empty cereal box, a piece of aluminium foil, tape, and either a small nail, or pushpin.

The Rest…HERE

Leave a Reply