Warning to citizens about today’s solar eclipse from the Turkish Space Agency!

    Turkish Space Agency (TUA), the last of the year that will take place today solar eclipse He released a statement on his social media …

    Warning to citizens about today’s solar eclipse from the Turkish Space Agency!

    Turkish Space Agency (TUA), the last of the year that will take place today solar eclipse He released a statement on his social media accounts. The time of the solar eclipse and the issues to be considered in terms of health were announced.

    It will be watched between 12.45 and 15.45 hours.

    The solar eclipse will be visible from most of Turkey, as well as North Africa, the Middle East, Western Asia and Europe. Eclipse in Turkey 12.45 to 15.15 hourswill happen in the middle.

    TUA: “Watching with the naked eye can cause permanent damage”

    The Turkish Space Agency stated that there may be permanent damage to the retina while watching the solar eclipse and said:

    “Watching a solar eclipse directly with the naked eye can damage the retina of the eye (the part of the eye responsible for direct vision) and in the worst case can even lead to blindness. Looking at the heavy light from the sun even for just a few seconds can cause permanent damage to the retina. Special solar eclipse glasses designed for this should be used while watching the solar eclipse. Many people use sunglasses or photo negatives, but they are not effective at all. Professional astronomers will observe with h-alpha filters attached to telescopes.

    Although the solar eclipse is a natural event, it is believed that it can have some negative effects on human health (pregnant women may be affected, digestive disorders may be experienced, etc.). However, it should be noted that none of these beliefs are true and have no scientific support. The only truth is that you shouldn’t look at the eclipse with the naked eye.”

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