Enjoying a once-in-a-lifetime experience, the total solar eclipse is just around the corner. To get an insider’s perspective, we spoke to local teachers at Hi-Point Career Center in Ohio.

Mr. Kyle Rose, a science instructor at the center, explained that during a total solar eclipse, the Moon passes between the Sun and Earth, completely covering the Sun by its shadow on Earth. This leads to darkness for a brief period of time. As fascinating as this phenomenon may be, Mr. Rose emphasized that it’s important not to look directly at the sun without proper protection, as it can cause damage to the retina at the back of our eyes which is responsible for sending signals to our brain for visual interpretation.

Ms. Leslie Bradley, a biology teacher at Hi-Point Career Center in Ohio shared her thoughts on this rare event too. She urged people to take necessary precautions while watching this natural phenomenon and emphasized that wearing protective glasses is crucial during such an occasion when looking directly at the sun is involved since it can lead to severe eye damage if not done with caution.

As we prepare to witness this incredible event, let’s remember that safety comes first. We should enjoy every moment of it but always make sure we are taking necessary steps to protect our eyesight so we can enjoy many more years of beautiful sights like this one!

By Samantha Johnson

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