Why can't we look at a solar eclipse?

Answer Ok. Did you ever do this as a child? Did you ever get a magnifying glass and hold it over a sheet of paper to focus the light of the sun into a small point? Soon, the heat generated from the foc... Read More »

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Why Does the Solar Eclipse Happen?

A solar eclipse, as seen from earth, appears as a partially or fully blacked-out sun. Solar eclipses have been viewed throughout history as omens or miracles, though modern times have brought a com... Read More »

I just looked at the sun(because of the Solar Eclipse) now my eyes?

Looking at the sun is one of the most dangerous things you can do to your eyes. The focusing system of the eye focuses the sun's high energy onto the part of the eye that is used for reading and fa... Read More »

Does the South Pole have a solar eclipse?

Very rarely does the South Pole have a solar eclipse because of its latitude. Every six months during the eclipse season, the conditions may be right for a solar or lunar eclipse.References:Earthvi... Read More »

Can a solar eclipse be seen from the South Pole?

A total solar eclipse viewed from Antarctica is a rare event because of the area's extreme latitude. However, on November 23, 2003, there was a solar eclipse that could be seen in most of Antarctic... Read More »