Solar Eclipse Viewing: How to Make a Pinhole Camera


– Solar eclipse is coming on August 21st. Even though the moon
is going to be blocking some of the light from the sun, if you look directly
at the partial eclipse, you can still risk permanent eye damage. – So here at the UCF Observatory, we’re going to show you how to make a pinhole camera that lets you look at a projection of the sun for the eclipse. Let’s go!

7 Replies to “Solar Eclipse Viewing: How to Make a Pinhole Camera”

  1. Easier way: Use an old digital camera to 'LOOK' at the sun, and then YOU look at the display of the digital camera, with the other hand over your eyes, shielding them so they don't look at the sun itself. Works pretty good, plus you can take a video of it that way too.

  2. This is a frEAKING JIP OFF I WANTED TO SEE ANACTUAL PINHOLE BUT YOU SHOWESD ME HOW TO WATCHED THE SOOLOR EKLIPSE YOU ARE NOT PEOPLE YOU ARE PINHOLE

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