I really encourage people to read this article especially if you're having doubts about just taking a quick little peek at the solar eclipse without the special solar eclipse glasses. This article gives out details on how it can effect your vision. Also explains that in general its never a good idea to look directly at the sun because its sun rays can be destructive to your eyes and when looking at the sun it causes people to even squint their eyes. But with the eclipse being so interesting to look at people intend to look at the sun longer and depending how long they look at it is how much damage it will do to your eyes. That and many more engaging facts about this topic!
I suggest reading this article it gives you really useful information about how a solar eclipse occurs and what causes them. This article also explains, shows, and teaches the different types of eclipses and what the umbra and penumbra are. Also it displays very fascinating photos that will help someone who has no idea how an eclipse`` even looks like or how they work. Another helpful thing this article includes is it demonstrates where the penumbra and the umbra are. That and many more interesting facts that will want you knowing more!
This article is very interesting to read, because it describes the history of eclipses, and it contains a very amusing video about the solar eclipse. A short summary of the video it describes what a solar eclipse is in a very explicit detail to those who what to know more. Also, it talks about very important dates of historical things happening during an eclipse and how it impacted the people during that time.
I highly recommend reading this article, because it really explains how solar eclipses were discovered. The article gives out details on how early they were predicted. One out of many fascinating facts I read was that the oldest solar eclipse was recorded as early as October 22, 2134 BCE, that was big wow to me! Another thing that this text talked about was how it brought peace in the war between the Lydians and the Medes in 585 BCE according to Greek history one of many amazing facts.