Lou Tomososki burned his retina by staring at a solar eclipse as a teenager.
That’s how long two Oregon men say they looked at a partial solar eclipse with their naked eyes 55 years ago before it burned their retinas, causing permanent blindness.
A man who permanently damaged his eyesight by looking at a partial solar eclipse 55 years ago has warned people not to look directly at the sun during the total eclipse on Monday. Lou Tomosoki, 70, still has a blind spot in the cent...
An Oregon man who burned his retina while looking at a partial eclipse, is warning people about the dangers of viewing the solar eclipse without proper eye protection.
Lou Tomososki burned his retina while looking at a partial eclipse at 1962 and now hopes to warn others of the dangers.