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Solar Eclipse Sun Catcher

On August 21st, the United States will experience its first total solar eclipse since February 26, 1979. During this event, all of the continental United States will experience at least a significant partial solar eclipse. Those fortunate enough to live along or travel to the narrow track of totality will experience up to 2 minutes and 40 seconds under the shadow. No matter how you decide to safely view the eclipse, make sure to pick up your gear in advance. To learn more about observing and documenting this epic event, check out our Free Solar Eclipse Primer. Test report for our Sun Catcher Eclipse Glasses can be found here.

  • Sun Catcher Variable Large Aperture Solar Filter
    Sun Catcher Variable Large Aperture Solar Filter
    from $ 14.99

    Sun Catcher Variable Large Aperture Solar Filter

    Explore Scientific

    NOTE: All Explore Scientific Solar Equipment is rated ISO12312–2 supplied by Thousand Oaks Optical and Approved for Direct Observation of the Sun 7...

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    from $ 14.99