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Dr. N. W. Davis Optometrist



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300 N Logan St
Gaffney, SC 29341

489-6593

odpadr@hotmail.com

www.drnwdavispa.com

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Tips for viewing the
“Great American Total Eclipse”
August 21, 2017
The safest way to view the eclipse is by NOT LOOKING DIRECTLY
AT THE SUN. Looking directly at the sun can cause serious
eye injuries that can result in permanent vision loss or blindness.
INDIRECT VIEWING METHODS:
Pinhole projectors:
http://fromabcstoacts.com/stem-activity-pinhiole-projector
Binoculars or a telescope that projects an image onto a surface:
http://www.timeanddate.com/eclipse/binoculars-telescope-projector.html
Small mirrors that reflect the image onto a surface
DIRECT VIEWING METHODS
Special Eclipse Glasses can be purchased online
or in some stores. NASA recommends if using
welder’s glasses use a rating of 14 or higher.
WHAT NOT TO WEAR:
Sunglasses • Polarized glasses or filters
Camera, telescope or binocular lenses
Glasses given by your eye doctor after dilatation
*lt is our hope that you enjoy this rare and spectacular event.
However, we urge all spectators-especiaiiy children- to use caution and exercise safe viewing practices.




odpadr@hotmail.cpm • 300 N. Logan St.
Gaffney, South Carolina • 864-489-6593
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