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Viewing an eclipse or other solar event is great fun, and an excellent way to involve kids in learning about science. I'm writing this on the evening of ...
Whatever you do, don't look through the eyepiece at the sun! Just staring at the sun unaided can damage your vision, looking at it through a magnifier like ...
There are other methods to do this, but I find this setup gives you the clearest, brightest, and largest projected image. You will need: Binoculars A tripod Box ...
Place the binoculars in the middle of one of the foam boards and trace around the lenses. Use the box knife and scissors to cut out two holes. ...
Leave one lens cap on, you really only need a monocular for this. Tape off the ends of the binoculars with masking tape, unless you don't mind duct ...
Carefully align the binoculars with the sun. Over the course of viewing, you will have to move the binoculars to track the sun as it moves across the ...
When I first checked the weather report for this Sunday, I thought I was in for another astronomical event spoiled by the Oregon weather. However, as the time ...
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