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Texas will experience a total solar eclipse on April 8, 2024.

Solar Eclipse Details

The total solar eclipse is one of nature’s rarest events, often considered a spectacular and awe-inspiring phenomenon. The 2024 solar eclipse will be more spectacular than the historic 2017 solar eclipse, with a maximum duration of totality that's almost two minutes longer. It will be more than 20 years before this event happens again in North America!

Solar Eclipse Glasses Safety

Looking directly at the Sun without certified eclipse glasses or viewers can result in permanent eye damage. Only view the Sun through proper solar eclipse safety gear, like ISO 12312-2 certified eclipse glasses or viewers that meet international safety standards.

During a total eclipse, it's safe to look at the Sun only during the short totality phase. Ensure your eclipse glasses are undamaged and follow all safety instructions. Supervise children closely when using eclipse safety gear.

Linq is a licensed reseller of ISO 12312-2 solar eclipse glasses, sourced from Jaxy Optical Instruments, a recognized supplier endorsed by the American Astronomical Society's Solar Eclipse Task Force. For more safety information, consult resources from the American Astronomical Society and NASA.

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Linq is a certified reseller of
ISO 12312-2 solar eclipse glasses.

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