View image of sun alone
* Project image of sun on shaded wall through a pinhole.
* For this purpose a small mirror covered with paper and having a 1-2 cm hole can also do.
* Small binoculars can be used for projecting sun’s image on white paper, screen or wall.
*If any part of a binocular is made of plastic, then save it from melting.
*Use only scientifically certified filters.
*Dark welder glass is suitable for viewing eclipse
*Use only one eye in viewing eclipse.
*See the eclipse with intervals and not continuously
*Don’t try to see the eclipse with bare eyes
*Don’s see the sun directly through binoculars or telescope
*Don’t use coloured film, smoked glass, goggles, non-silvered black & white film, photographic neutral density filters and polarised filters.
*Don’t use the solar filters which come with cheap binoculars and which be fitted in eye-piece.