How to tell if you (or your friends) damaged your eyes during the eclipse
Maybe you got some of those eclipse glasses. Maybe you didn't. I know, here in Michigan, we didn't get the spectacular show they got in some places, but a lot of us were still out there looking. And maybe you tried to sneak a look at the sun without proper eye protection. And now, even though you're not blind, you're worried that you may have suffered some damage to your eyes.
How would you know?
Sure, you could visit your eye doctor.
Or, according to your friends at The Guardian, you can give yourself a quick visual test by clicking this link:
(And you may want to forward this to your friends)
Solar Eclipse Visual Test. Good luck.
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