Website helps you see the upcoming eclipse through a ZEISS lens
On August 21st, a total solar eclipse will pass over the US, beginning in Oregon and continuing diagonally through South Carolina. Eclipse-chasers from across the world will converge on key viewing locations to witness the phenomenon. To help you better understand and experience the event, ZEISS has launched a dedicated solar eclipse website at:
The ZEISS Eclipse 2017 microsite will help eye care professionals, photographers, space buffs, and eclipse fans experience this unique event, whether you watch it in person or online. It features tips on safely viewing the eclipse, articles from Dr. Mike Morris on eclipse chasing and creating a homemade eclipse projector, instructions for entering the ZEISS eclipse photo contest on Instagram, links to valuable resources, and much more.
So grab some eclipse viewers, check our website, and get ready to be amazed!