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5 Safe Ways To View The Eclipse

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Published on Aug 16, 2017

Watching an eclipse? Save your eyeballs -- rig up a sweet viewing set-up with some help from this video.

Remember never look directly at the sun without certified sun glasses or a #14 Welder's mask. Instead look at the projected image of the sun on a screen with the help of a few simple house hold objects.

Read more about safe eclipse viewing from npr here:
http://www.npr.org/sections/health-sh...

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Credits:
Produced by Ryan Kellman and Adam Cole (@cadamole)
Senior Editors: Alison Richards and Andrea Kissack
Supervising Editor: Anne Gudenkauf
Motion Graphic Assistance by CJ Riculan
Production Assistant: Shuyao Chen
Featured Players: Shuyao Chen, Malaka Gharib, Ryan Kellman, CJ Riculan, Meredith Rizzo, and Ben de la Cruz

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