Random Things Used by Russians to Watch the Solar Eclipse

Watching a solar eclipse directly is a painful experience. Also, it can cause a permanent damage to your eyes. Russians came up with ingenious ideas to “safely” watch solar eclipse 2015.

A Welding Helmet Image by mary_poppins88/Instagram

A Welding Helmet Image by mary_poppins88/Instagram

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Sometimes things get confusing

Sometimes things get confusing

Smoked glass (actually not a good idea, because you can get a higher dose of UV radiation in the eye) Image via meds_for_marmot2/Instagram

Smoked glass (actually not a good idea, because you can get a higher dose of UV radiation in the eye) Image via meds_for_marmot2/Instagram

CD or DVD Disk Image by pineapple_tya/Instagram

CD or DVD Disk Image by pineapple_tya/Instagram

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Or even a floppy disk. Image by rybbakes/instagram

Or even a floppy disk. Image by rybbakes/instagram

A bottle

A bottle

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A typical household colander Image via stolica.onego.ru

A typical household colander Image via stolica.onego.ru

Image by Karelia.ru

Image by Karelia.ru

An X-ray image Image by elenavolkova08/Instagram

An X-ray image Image by elenavolkova08/Instagram

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via d3.ru

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via d3.ru

Photographic film Image by lemmarina/Instagram

Photographic film Image by lemmarina/Instagram

Glasses

Glasses

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Combo: glasses and welding helmet

Combo: glasses and welding helmet

A door

A door

A cup

A cup

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Food. Image by zlopupyr/Instagram

Food. Image by zlopupyr/Instagram

A Microwave

A Microwave

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A bag. Image by nstormzol/instagram

A bag. Image by nstormzol/instagram

Apparently, you can use a balloon. Image via d3.ru

Apparently, you can use a balloon. Image via d3.ru

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Cash

Cash

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