Nashville Solar Eclipse Viewing Glasses

Do you need Nashville solar eclipse viewing glasses for your organization or hobbyist group, but you just are not sure where to purchase them? You can stop looking — ScopeDawg is your trusted source for everything related to the Aug. 21, 2017 total solar eclipse.

Our selection of Nashville solar eclipse eye protection options allow you to enjoy the eclipse without breaking the bank. In fact, we offer at-cost promotions for organizations that would like to learn more about our products with an in-person presentation. Let us show you just how exciting the world of astronomy can be with our solar viewing glasses in Nashville TN.


What, exactly, can Nashville solar eclipse viewing glasses do?

First, you need to understand why you should wear Nashville solar eclipse eye protection during the eclipse event.

  • A solar eclipse occurs when the moon moves in front of the sun, blocking out many of its rays and leading to a dark shadow along a specific, small path on the Earth’s surface. Although the moon is moving in front of the sun, it cannot completely obscure it – looking at a total solar eclipse without protection can permanently damage your eyes.
  • This is where our viewing equipment comes into play. Don a pair of our paper or plastic viewing glasses, and see the eclipse as it was meant to be experienced. We also offer a variety of filters, lenses, and films for your binoculars, telescopes and cameras.

That’s right — our products allow you to actually capture a lasting image of the eclipse for posterity. Of course, if you are not up to that challenge, we also offer a selection of photos to commemorate the event. So, pop on your Nashville solar eclipse viewing glasses and get ready to be “wowed” with the upcoming solar eclipse. It is never too early to stock up on these materials for your organization — contact us today to learn more about our live presentations.

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