It seemed like so far away when we were getting ready for the Transit of Venus, but now the Solar Eclipse is only 3.5 months away!
Taking place on the morning of the 14th November (AEDST), the Total Solar Eclipse will pass through far-north Queensland (Cairns, Port Douglas, Palm Cove etc), while the rest of Australia and New Zealand will see a Partial Solar Eclipse.
So exactly when and where do you have to be to see it? How do you observe the sun safely during an eclipse? What's the best way to photograh it?
All these questions and more are answered in the article I've written, which you can read here:
Wherever you observe it from, you need to be safe - so do you need to stock up on Solar Eclipse Glasses? We've got your covered there, with the IceInSpace Eclipse Glasses. These cardboard Eclipse glasses are absolutely safe (and certified) for direct solar viewing of solar eclipses, transits, sun spots and other solar phenomenon.
They're only $4 each, or receive a 12.5% discount if you buy 4 or more (4 for $14).
Buy in bulk for family and friends, let your teachers and work mates know, and look cool in IceInSpace branded Eclipse Glasses for the upcoming celestial events or any time viewing of the Sun. Schools or groups, please contact me for bulk discounts.