1. CEREAL BOX PROJECTOR
How to Make a Pinhole Projector to View the Solar Eclipse
by NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Click on YouTube to read the information below the video about the solar eclipse, pinhole camera, and social media links.
2. TWO SHEETS OF CARDBOARD PROJECTOR
Make a Projector to Safely See a Solar Eclipse
by Time and Date
This is a simple projector that requires only cardboard, white paper, and a pin or thumb tack that anyone can make! It requires fewer materials and less time to make than a box projector.
In a pinch, two sheets of white paper work as well, but they are flimsier.
Instructions and diagram.
How did my projector and images turn out? Read the eclipse follow-up blog post here: After the #Eclipse2017: What I Saw and How I Did It.
Remember: Never look at the sun directly.
- A compilation of articles and videos about what causes an eclipse, safe viewing, paths of total and partial eclipse, effect on animals, scientific data.