How to make a cereal box projector to view the 2017 solar eclipse

Did you wait too long to get  some free NASA-approved eclipse viewing glasses? If so, here’s a simple and fun craft you can do at home with the kids to experience the eclipse.

This method is NASA-approved and different variations have been used for decades. (Maybe you remember putting a large cardboard box over your head as a kid to watch the eclipse of ’79.)

The following video which was produced by NASA show you how to make your own projector to safely watch the eclipse on Monday:

 

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