“We thought we were invincible, as most teenagers do,” said Roger Duvall, who briefly looked at a partial eclipse without protective eye wear. and got blind don't look at the sun. the thing that get's you blind is the sun rays coming back.
When the day suddenly turns to night Monday afternoon some members of the animal kingdom could get a bit confused. your dog eyes are different eyes of humans but the sun can get it blind to so be aware of the eclipse .
Some New England states are expected to have higher than normal tides Monday because of the total solar eclipse, according to a Washington-state-based
Dr. Jacob Chung, Chief of Ophthalmology at Englewood Hospital and Medical Center explains why you shouldn't look up at the sun during a solar eclipse (or ever).