SMH: Some People Put Sunscreen On Their Eyeballs To Watch Eclipse

This is unbelievable. Apparently, there were people who were soooooo excited to watch the solar eclipse, but weren't able to get the special glasses, so they decided to improvise. According to Fox, there are health professionals in California and Virginia who reported treating people who actually put sunscreen directly on their eyeballs last week, thinking…

What To Do With Those Solar Eclipse Glasses

If you were lucky enough to find some of those solar eclipse glasses, what should you do with them now that the eclipse has passed? Newser suggests that there is something you can do with them besides throwing them away--donating them, so kids in other countries can use them to see the upcoming solar eclipse in…

Photographing The Solar Eclipse: What You Need To Know

No doubt the Solar Eclipse on Monday has been one of the biggest news stories over the past month. People everywhere are excited for the phenomenon with schools using it as a science lesson & other people having viewing parties. If you have just decided to take part, but haven't gotten the special glasses to…

Tampa Bay Area Schools' Plans For Monday's Solar Eclipse

Ahead of Monday's solar eclipse, a couple of Tampa Bay area school districts are emphasizing just how dangerous the directly viewing the solar eclipse can be to your vision--and, as a result, they're making plans to help everyone stay safe. HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY SCHOOLS plans to have some outdoor viewing activities using proper safety precautions, plus…

You Can Use A Cereal Box To Watch The Eclipse

We've been hearing about the upcoming solar eclipse pretty much every day for the past month, everything from the logistics of when it's happening (that would be August 21st) to the best way to see it & the glasses that you can buy to safely view it because it is not safe for your eyes…