August 09, 2017

Michael Kirk, researcher, physics, was quoted in a Health article on how to safely view the eclipse.

... If you accidentally purchase a counterfeit pair, you will know right away, says Michael Kirk, PhD, a research scientist in the heliophysics science division at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center with Catholic University of America. “Your eyes are pretty smart; if you are looking at the eclipse and it’s uncomfortable or you are squinting, then you don’t have the proper eye wear, and you should look away,” he says. ... 

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