|BATTLE CREEK, Mich., Aug. 18, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — If you missed out on buying those highly sought-after eclipse glasses, don’t worry.
As the solar eclipse becomes visible across much of the United States on Monday, Aug. 21, 2017, there are still ways to view the phenomenon without harming your eyes. Remember, it’s not safe to look directly at the sun.
One of the simplest ways to safely observe this natural wonder is with a pin-hole cereal box viewer. A new video from Kellogg Company provides simple instructions on how to build your own with a cereal box and other simple supplies you already have around your home. It’s a simple project that only takes and few minutes, so it is perfect if you missed out on buying the sought-after eclipse viewing sunglasses.
Children should have adult supervision when making and using the eclipse viewer. Never look directly into the sun. Visit www.NASA.gov for information on how to safely view an eclipse.