• A photographer shows what happens if you try and shoot the eclipse without a filter

    2 monthes ago - By The Verge

    The solar eclipse set to take place on August 21st is going to be a sight to behold - provided you have the proper protection for your eyes and camera. Looking at the sun can cause permanent damage, but if you're not careful, you can also destroy your camera.
    The employees from Dubuque, Iowa's Every Photo Store decided to demonstrate what would happen if you try and and shoot the eclipse without a filter for your camera. They hooked up a DSLR body to a Canon 400mm f/2.8 IS II lens, and set shutter to six seconds. In that time, the light began to melt the camera's innards.
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  • Google Will Launch Android O After The Total Solar Eclipse On Aug. 21: Rumors Say It's Android Oreo

    Google Will Launch Android O After The Total Solar Eclipse On Aug. 21: Rumors Say It's Android Oreo

    2 monthes ago - By Tech Times

    Google will officially unveil Android O on Aug. 21, right after the highly anticipated total solar eclipse. According to new rumors, the next major version of the mobile operating system will indeed be named Android Oreo.
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  • Total Solar Eclipse Could Cost US Nearly $700 Million in Lost Productivity

    2 monthes ago - By Space

    The total solar eclipse of 2017 could cost U.S. companies nearly $700 million in lost productivity on Monday when workers pause to watch the moon block the sun.
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  • How Long Will the 2017 Solar Eclipse Last? Depends Where You Are

    2 monthes ago - By Space

    The total phase of the solar eclipse of Aug. 21 will last a maximum of 2 minutes and 40 seconds for observers on the ground. Here's how long it will last at various points along the totality path - and why total solar eclipses are so brief.
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  • How to View a Solar Eclipse Without Damaging Your Eyes

    2 monthes ago - By Space

    Here are guidelines for watching the Aug. 21, 2017 total solar eclipse, including when it is safe to remove your eclipse glasses.
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