Watch your eyes during the eclipse, warn eye experts
Eye health experts are warning the public of the potential harm to their eyes which could be caused by staring directly at the sun
17 March 2015
Eye health experts are warning of the dangers of staring directly at the sun, ahead of a solar eclipse this Friday (20 March).
The only safe way to view the sun is indirectly, using a pinhole projector. It is unclear if the weather will be clear enough to see the eclipse in the UK, but the Met Office has created a dedicated webpage for eclipse watchers to check the forecast ahead of the event.