On April 8, 2024, millions of people in America will be able to witness the moon passing between the Earth and Sun in a total eclipse. This event will entirely block all of the sun, briefly turning day into night on a path that will run roughly from Texas to Maine. During the totality of the eclipse, when the moon covers all of the sun, it will be safe to look directly at this eclipse; in fact it looks best to the naked eye. However, as soon as the moon begins to move off the sun, the only safe way to view the eclipse is with eclipse-safe solar glasses.
From the company that manufactured over 50 million eclipse glasses for the last American eclipse in 2017, American Paper Optics is pleased to once again offer eclipse glasses that are exclusively manufactured with 2 mil scratch resistant polymer (black/silver) lenses that filter out 100% of harmful ultra-violet and infrared rays and 99.999% of intense visible light. Their premium eclipse filters create the sharpest solar images with a natural orange color, and with an optical density of 5 or greater, their ISO 12312-2 compliant and CE-certified eclipse glasses are independently tested and safe for all phases of the eclipse. For additional safety, the backside is pre-printed with warnings and instructions.