Staring at a sky for a long period of time might not be the best thing to do, especially during a solar eclipse. While there are protective shades that you can use, they seem to fail in protecting the rest of your face
While we prepare for the solar eclipse, a marvellous sight and a rare occasion. We must take into consideration our safety and well-being. Now before you go into rebellion mode and say nothing is going to happen to me, note that we are not talking about belief or superstition. We are talking about our faces.
Whether we have different thoughts on this, we all have humanoid features. While those who want the view to the eclipse have made arrangements like protective sunglasses to ensure their eyes are safe, they have not forgotten that staring at the sky can be the equivalent of tanning your face.
On one hand we have an eclipse in the sky. On the other hand, others might be staring at a post partial eclipse that has occurred on our faces.
Here’s a meme that makes light of the situation, Just for Laughs, of course!
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Last Updated 26, Dec 2019, 10:45 AM