How To Make A Pinhole Projector For The Total Solar Eclipse
A Total Solar Eclipse will be visible in some parts of the US on Monday, August 21st! Whether you're in the total eclipse path or not you'll still be able to watch the eclipse. When watching the eclipse you should never be looking at the sun with your bare eyes. You can purchase special glasses for viewing or you can get creative and make a pinhole projector!
The pinhole projector will allow you to see the eclipse through shadows! It's a great project to do with your kids leading up to the eclipse! NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center has released a simple how-to video for their pin hole projector for safe and easy viewing!
Pretty simple and very basic things you'll need to make one! Enjoy!