Soluna Solar Eclipse Glasses – CE and ISO Certified Safe Shades for Direct Sun Viewing,

Soluna Solar Eclipse Glasses – CE and ISO Certified Safe Shades for Direct Sun Viewing, (10 Pack)

 

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Trust your eyes to glasses made in the usa – unlike cheap knockoffs, you won’t have to worry about eye safety with these high quality glasses. Made in the usa by a manufacturer that has produced over 30 million viewers, these glasses will filter 100% of harmful ultra-violet, 100% of harmful infrared, and 99.999% of intense visible light.
CE AND ISO CERTIFIED FOR DIRECT SUN VIEWING – These glasses have been independently tested to meet the latest standards for direct sun viewing safety. This allows you to watch the total solar eclipse with absolute confidence in your eye safety.
OPTIMIZED FOR MAXIMUM VIEWING PLEASURE – These eclipse viewing glasses are manufactured exclusively with scratch resistant Black Polymer material and have an optical density of 5 or greater. This ensures that you will have the best viewing experience.
Don’t miss this once in a lifetime event – Soluna solar eclipse glasses will allow you to fully experience an event

 

Product description

You Will Remember Where You Were For the Total Solar Eclipse on August 21, 2017. Do Not Risk a Poor Experience by Purchasing Substandard Solar Eclipse Eye Protection.

Trust Your Eyes to CE and ISO Certified Soluna Solar Eclipse Glasses that are MADE IN THE USA.

When an opportunity for an experience such as this comes along, you do not want to leave your safety and enjoyment to chance with cheap knock off glasses. Our glasses are made in the USA with the highest quality materials, and are CE EN ISO 12312-2:2015 Certified for Direct Sun Viewing. This means that you can fully enjoy the experience of the total solar eclipse without worrying about whether your cheap glasses are providing your eyes with adequate protection.

Maximize Your Total Eclipse Viewing Pleasure

You will experience strange things as we approach totality. Take the time to observe your surroundings. The sky will display an eerie feeling of nightfall, but with areas of light. The environment will change, animals will react differently, and you may experience a sudden drop in temperature. By choosing the Soluna Solar Eclipse high quality viewing shades, you will be able to experience the total solar eclipse to its maximum potential.

Ensure That Others Are Able to Have the Same Memorable Experience

By purchasing a 10-pack of Soluna Solar Eclipse glasses, you will be able to ensure that your family and friends will be able to experience this moment with the highest viewing materials possible. As the event nears, having extra glasses on hand will make you a very valuable person to those that were not prepared.

Do not wait until the last moment to buy solar eclipse glasses at increased prices, click add to cart now to be prepared for a once in a lifetime experience!

Note – the only Seller authorized to sell Soluna Solar Eclipse Glasses is GSM Sales. If you purchase from another seller, you will receive counterfeit product.

Total Eclipse coming soon

Total solar eclipse – coming soon!  Are you ready for it?  Here is a Capital city guide showing the time and place of the coming total eclipse.  Be ready on August 21st for this rare and spectacular eclipse. Be in a good place to view it for the best results possible

 

 

 

 

Solar Eclipse Road Trip: The Complete Kids’ Guide and Activity Book for the Great American Solar Eclipse of 2017 Paperback – July 5, 2017

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Whatever else you have planned on Monday, August 21st… cancel it, pack the kids in the car, and drive to the path of totality to witness the once-in-a-lifetime Great American Total Solar Eclipse!

Solar Eclipse Road Trip contains 50 pages of solar eclipse science, maps, car games, puzzles, crosswords, word searches, mad libs, coloring pages, story starters, and more. The complete kids’ guide and activity book for an unforgettable road trip adventure. Suitable for ages 5-11.

 

 

 

When the Sun Goes Dark Paperback – May 1, 2017

 

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Get ready for the Great American Eclipse of 2017 with this charming and straight-forward story about how eclipses of the Sun and Moon occur. Includes activities using ordinary items to make models, and explores common questions.

This illustrated book is a fun way to get young astronomers ready for August 2017, when millions of North Americans will have the rare chance to witness a solar eclipse. The book tells how two curious children and their grandparents re-create eclipses in their living room using a lamp, a tennis ball, two Hula Hoops, and Ping-Pong balls. Later, in the backyard and around the house, the family explores safe ways to view a solar eclipse and ponders phenomena from sunspots to phases of the Moon. Written by the authors of NSTA’s award-winning book Solar Science, When the Sun Goes Dark gives children and adults hands-on techniques for learning the science behind eclipses of the Sun and Moon.

 

About the Author

Andrew Fraknoi, is an award-winning science educator who is known for his skill in interpreting astronomical discoveries and ideas in everyday language. In 2007, he was selected as Professor of the Year for the state of California by the Carnegie Endowment for Higher Education. For 14 years, Fraknoi served as the executive director of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific, an international scientific and educational organization founded in 1889. He was also editor of its popular-level magazine, Mercury, and started its newsletter for teachers, Universe in the Classroom. He founded and directed Project ASTRO, a program that trains and brings professional and amateur astronomers into 4th – 9th grade classrooms (now in 12 regional sites throughout the U.S.). After retiring as executive director, he worked as senior educator for the Society, developing educational materials and leading workshops. Asteroid 4859 has been named Asteroid Fraknoi by the International Astronomical Union to honor his work in sharing the excitement of modern astronomy with students, teachers, and the public. Dennis Schatz is Senior Advisor at Pacific Science Center in Seattle, Washington. He is also Field Editor of a new Journal, Connected Science Learning, which highlights links between in-school and out-of-school learning. The journal is a joint effort of NSTA (National Science Teachers Association) and ASTC (Association of Science-Technology Centers). In addition, he is on the boards of NSTA and BSCS (Biological Sciences Curriculum Studies). A research solar astronomer prior to his career in science education, he worked at the Lawrence Hall of Science at the University of California, Berkeley, until he moved to Seattle in 1977. At Pacific Science Center he has held a broad range of positions, from Director of the Planetarium to Senior for Education. From August 2010 to February 2011, he was a Visiting Scholar at the University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, followed by four years as a Program Director at the National Science Foundation (NSF).