I looked up a couple times, but found the experience far more satisfying
through the glasses. It also made going back to telescope viewing less
pleasant, waiting for the image to disappear.
On Wednesday, May 23, 2012, wrote:
> With a few posts talking about exaggerated claims of the dangers of solar
> observing during an eclipse.
> Did anyone try to glimpse the eclipse without eye protection? After all,
> it was said to can look for 40 seconds without permanent eye damage.
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