Sorry, but we can no longer respond to you. We are off to chase the eclipse!
Are you concerned about the safety of your eclipse glasses/solar viewers? Please review the following two pages carefully:
- Reputable Vendors of Solar Filters & Viewers
- How to Tell If Your Eclipse Glasses or Handheld Solar Viewers Are Safe
As noted on that first page, if a supplier isn't on our "safe list," that doesn't mean their products are unsafe — only that we have no knowledge of them or that we haven't convinced ourselves they are safe. With the eclipse almost here, we cannot investigate additional vendors. Please do not ask us whether your viewers are safe. We will not reply. Refer to the pages linked above, remember "buyer beware," and replace any glasses/viewers that you aren't sure are safe.
To contact the AAS Solar Eclipse Task Force with other questions or comments, please use this form — but recognize that with the eclipse upon us, we won't be able to reply in a timely fashion (or at all). Thanks for your understanding.