5   PrecaUtions 


Eye Protection:  Never look directly at the sun without proper eye protection. Special-purpose solar filters, such as "eclipse glasses" or hand-held solar viewers, are a must-have

Safe Location:  Choose a safe location with a clear view of the sky. Avoid crowded places to maintain social distancing.

Time Management:  Be aware of the eclipse timings in your area. The phenomenon is fleeting, so make sure you're ready in time

Sunscreen:  Even though the sun will be obscured, UV rays can still cause sunburn. Apply sunscreen before heading out.

Check the Weather:  Keep an eye on the weather forecast. Cloudy skies could obstruct your view of the eclipse.

Stay Hydrated:  If you're planning to be outdoors for a while, remember to stay hydrated. Carry a water bottle with you.

Comfortable Clothing:  Dress comfortably and according to the weather. If it's going to be cold, layer up.

Backup Plan: Have a backup plan in case of bad weather. You can watch the eclipse online on various platforms

Capture the Moment: If you plan to photograph the eclipse, make sure you have the right equipment and know how to use it safely.

Respect Nature : If you're watching the eclipse in a park or natural setting, respect the environment. Don't leave any trash behind.