On August 21, 2017, the sun will seemingly disappear from the sky.
Is your business ready for this rare event?
Solar Eclipse 2017
On August 21, 2017, a rare total solar eclipse will travel a path across the United States from the Pacific Ocean near Lincoln Beach, Oregon to the Atlantic Ocean north of Charleston, South Carolina. A full solar eclipse that crosses the continental U.S. hasn’t happened since 1979 and won’t happen again for 28 years. View this historic Solar Eclipse with our Hanging Set of Two Solar Eclipse Viewing Glasses.
Based on the attention this eclipse will get from the media, as well as its path across the U.S., this will be the most viewed eclipse ever. Is your business taking advantage of this event?
SEE THE ECLIPSE
Hanging Set of Two Solar Eclipse Glasses
Spectators in the path of totality will experience the awesomeness of totality – the Sun’s glorious corona known as the “diamond ring,” strange colors in the sky, and seeing stars in the sky during the daytime. While the eclipse in the totality zone can be viewed with the naked eye for the 1-2 minutes of totality, viewers will need Solar Eclipse viewing eye protection to safely view the partial phases of the eclipse as it moves in and out of totality. In fact, safely viewing the eclipse from anywhere in the U.S. will require using solar filter material that conforms to and meets the Transmission Requirements of ISO 12312-2, Filters for Direct Observation of the Sun.
Does your business need 2017 Solar Eclipse viewing eye protection imprinted with your brand?