Solar Eclipse 2022: 7 Tips To Protect Your Eyes While Watching Surya Grahan

exposure of eyes directly to the sun during an eclipse may have the potential to cause immediate and permanent blindness or burn in the retina, known as solar retinopathy 

The sun's rays during a solar eclipse can harm or even destroy the cells in the retina that conveys all you see to the brain 

The safest way to view the partially eclipsed sun is through special-purpose solar filters, such as eclipse glasses. 

Seeing the eclipsed sun unfiltered, may cause you to notice a blaze effect immediately after that. 

Do not watch the eclipse with uncovered eyes for even a second.