One of the organizations collecting eclipse glasses is Astronomers Without Borders, which plans to redistribute the glasses to schools in Asia and South America, where there will be solar eclipses in 2019.
The solar eclipse is just one day away, a total solar eclipse will cross the USA mainland and millions of people will be watching.
So if you have ISO 12312-2 certified glasses, you can hang on to them for the next eclipse.
In North America, the shadow of a total solar eclipse will return April 8, 2024, sweeping across Mexico and up northeast through Texas, Arkansas, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, New York, Vermont, and Maine.
- You can keep them as a memento.
The 2017 Solar Eclipse is over.
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The Beaufort County Emergency Management office has made a decision to collect solar eclipse glasses as part of the effort.
- You can toss them in the trash can.
The problem is Walmart, Lowe's, Toy's R Us, and other major retailers in Salisbury are completely sold out of the glasses.
You can also donate them. Furthermore, if the filters aren't scratched, punctured, or torn, you may reuse them indefinitely. They say they are working with partners and will be announcing a program to collect the glasses soon. But now that all the celestial majesty has passed, what should you do with your eclipse glasses?
Astronomers Without Borders, a nonprofit aimed at providing astronomy-related education for developing countries, recently shared a upcoming program that will repurpose the glasses.
Or, you can recycle them - at least the cardboard. Williams simply asks that you place them in a plastic bag to protect the lens.