2024 Solar Eclipse Glasses

Solar Eclipse Glasses from the ASTRONOMICAL LEAGUE !

Experience the beauty, the wonder, and the mystery

The celestial event of a generation arrives April 8, 2024. View the incredible total solar eclipse safely with a pair of commemorative solar eclipse glasses from the ASTRONOMICAL LEAGUE!

Each total solar eclipse is unique, all are impressive

Are you ready? Do you have equipment for safely viewing the eclipse and the sun? Solar eclipse glasses are one inexpensive way to safely view the eclipse, and the BEST way to share the event with a group. These glasses are ideal for visually observing large sunspots on the face of the sun, partial solar eclipses, annular solar eclipses, and the partial phases of total solar eclipses.

Discounts for as few as 10 and huge discounts for ordering 500 or 1000. Distribute them at solar events! The more you purchase, the better the price! They can be personalized for keepsakes. Order early to insure availability!

Quantity Discount Price (ea) Price per pack
1-9 0% $1.25
10 12% $1.10 $11.00
25 26% $0.92 $23.00
50 36% $0.80 $40.00
100 44% $0.70 $70.00
250 52% $0.60 $150.00
500 60% $0.50 $250.00
1000 68% $0.40 $400.00

Check out the League webstore – https://store.astroleague.org/ – for complete information. Email leaguesales@astroleague.org if you need more help.

Nominal shipping charges will be added to all orders under 1000 glasses. For those orders of 1000 glasses and over, shipping is included in the price to USA addresses.


Wear them as you would your normal sunglasses. You may safely gaze directly at the sun with these glasses since the filters block at 99.9999% of the sun’s visible light and all of its harmful infrared and ultraviolet light.

  • If the filters have pinholes, or are damaged in any way, do not attempt to look at the sun with them.
  • Do not use the solar eclipse glasses with binoculars or a telescope! Eye damage may result.
  • Never look at the sun without the proper filters! If you do, you may not realize it, but you are damaging your vision. You may not feel immediate pain.

Download this flyer – 2024 Eclipse glasses promo

Observing Program Division Information – Award Approval

Many of the Astronomical League Observing Programs have multiple types of certifications.  Many of these allow for an officer of a local astronomical society to review and approve the member’s work.  If you are a person approving the work and submitting an email to the Coordinator, it is critical that you tell the Coordinator which type of certification is being requested:

  • Binocular – all observations were done with binoculars or naked-eye.
  • Manual – all observations were done manually.
  • Imaging – all observations were done using imaging.
  • A Combination – observations were done through mixed methods.

Be sure that the member has met all of the requirements.  Some Observing Programs have different and specific requirements that must be met.  If in doubt, please check the web page for that Observing Program or contact the Coordinator.

Thanks for your support of these observing activities.

AL Live – 2/10/2023 (part II)

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with Carroll Iorg, John Goss, Scott Roberts, and David Levy.

Find out more about the Astronomical League, and “What’s with that comet, anyway?”

Professor Karim Jaffer presents “Citizen Science – and opportunities for young participants.” This pursuit is an exciting area for people of all ages – especially the young – to contribute to our understanding of the universe. He is a Physics and Astronomy Professor at John Abbott College near southwest Montreal, where he employs a unique student directed teaching approach incorporating current astronomical data, research, and including experiential learning opportunities. Because of his efforts he has received several research awards and has published articles in SkyNews magazine over the past 7 years.

In the amateur astronomy community Karim has been the Public Events Coordinator for the RASC Montreal Centre since 2016, helping re-establish the I.K.Williamson Astronomy Library and coordinating both public events and outreach activities throughout the Montreal area, cultivating partnerships with many local & Global institutions. Over the past few years Professor Jaffer has been actively learning and sharing the Two-Eyed Seeing perspective through presentations and Outreach activities with Indigenous peoples and astronomy communities across the globe. 

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