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on March 20th, 2015 filed in Hacks
Start of solar eclipes. Photo taken with iPhone through protective glasses. Yes. I kept the glasses from 1999 for just this purpose. You didn’t?
Projection attempt 1: Sun shining through a piece of aluminium foil with holes in it. What did I expect? X-) Wait for it…
Oooh, shiny! Tiny suns being projected through several holes in aluminium foil! *Squint* Proves that anything opaque with tiny holes in it can project a solar eclipse. No civilization or protective glasses necessary, it can be the gap between a stone age person’s fingers!
Towards the middle of the eclipse. Photo taken with iPhone through a tinted glass pane + detached camera lens that my colleagues had brought.
Projection attempt 2: Binoculars on paper. Now we’re talking!
Projection attempt 3: Best. Projection. Ever.
Projection attempt 4: “This is the worst plastic pocket telescope that I ever bought for 2 Euros! *turns it around* Ooops heheh.” Kidding, of course it works!
End of eclipse. Photo taken with iPhone through a tinted glass pane + detached camera lens again, but blurry because I failed holding it all together while pressing the button.