It is important to look at the eclipse with a safe viewing device. Otherwise you can damage your eyes without knowing it.
Solar Eclipse Viewers

1.Solar Filters
One of the ways to view the eclipse is to look at the eclipse through a safe viewing filter. These filters can come in the form of personal viewers shaped like that of spectacles. The filters could also be modified for community-viewing by fixing/taping the viewer on one end of a large tubular box and then looking at the eclipse through the other open end.
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2.Solar Cameras
Another way to view the eclipse is to make a pin-hole camera. This can be made using a tubular box open at both ends. While one end is taped with an opaque material and a small pin-hole is made in the centre, fixed on the other end is a translucent piece of paper. When the pin-hole is pointed in the direction of the sun, an image of the sun is formed on the translucent surface at the other end. The longer the tube, the larger the image of the sun.
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3.Solar Reflectors
Cover a mirror with a sheet of cardboard with a hole of about 1cm cut into the cardboard. Point the mirror such that the reflection of the sun falls on a wall or on the side of a building, and watch the eclipse as it happens.
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Participate in designing a device for the safe viewing of the solar eclipse. The best of these designs will be honored with 'Crescent on the Sun Award' on the 10th of August, one day before the day of the total eclipse. For details, look up design a solar viewer

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