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The StarGuy Professional Solar Viewing Glasses are designed not only for astronomical enthusiasts but for
everyone wanting to safely view solar events. Looking directly at the sun is
dangerous at any time, but even more so when viewing a solar eclipse. Using inexpensive or free Mylar glasses is
not the safest way to view these events.
Pinholes, creases in the material and ineffective coating can let
through sunlight that will harm your eyes. Even letting in 1% of the sun’s rays
can permanently damage your eyes.
consideration of maximum security, the StarGuy Professional Solar Viewing Glasses use high-quality shielding plate
"SolarProteck". "SolarProteck" is a special shielding plate
with an Aluminum Vacuum Evaporation Finish on optical absorbent acrylic
material. It possesses outstanding shielding performance in every aspect of
visible light transmission rate, ultraviolet transmission rate, infrared
transmission rate, and it is in conformity with Japanese Industrial Standards
(Regulation Number: JIS T-8141).
In addition, to
lessen any direct sunlight, so-called “reflection light”, against eyes during
observation, the StarGuy Solar Viewing Glasses have a unique face mask design. This
was created after input from research facilities, ophthalmologists and
observatories. The StarGuy Professional Solar Glasses
have been certified by Japanese and European agencies. You can be assured that you and your family will
have the safest viewing experiences to enjoy the upcoming solar eclipses.The StarGuy
“Eclipse Glass”, uses the high-quality shielding plate
"SolarProteck", which is well recognized for its outstanding safety by the Japanese committee of IYA (International Year of Astronomy 2009) and the “Eclipse
Glass” was acknowledged as a integral part of the official eclipse observation kit. The “Eclipse Guidebook”, which was created with
the cooperation of Japanese committee of IYA 2009, comes with this Solar Glass.
A rare retinal disorder, which is caused by watching a
solar eclipse using poor equipment, is called “Eclipse Retinopathy”. This disorder
was widely reported years after previous solar eclipses.
must be careful to read the instruction manual about the correct observation
techniques and appropriate observation equipment.
Place the StarGuy Professional Solar Eclipse Glass in front of your face. Make sure both eyes are behind the "shielding plates"
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