Live viewing of the eclipse, including 15 children lost their eye-sight
New Delhi: The direct observation of the eclipse last year in the capital of the Indian state of Rajasthan lost 15 sightings.
According to the Indian media report, people aged 10 to 20 in Rajasthan's capital Jaipur watched the eclipse live on December 26.
The men were taken to the hospital after complaining of eye pain and blindness (nothing to see), after doctors placed them in the ICU and performed a few tests.
After the test reports came in, the doctors feared that the men mentioned could never return. According to the doctor, direct viewing of the eclipse instead of special glasses has affected the 'solar rate nets' of the affected people, ie the delicate membrane of the eyes.
The report also revealed that the retina layer in the eyes of the victims was also burnt, causing them to lose vision.
Doctors also say the retina is healed within three to six weeks, with the victims being treated in the intensive care ward, but no major progress has been made so far.
Remember that last year's eclipse took place on December 26, which was seen around the world for up to six hours. The strongest eclipse was also named by the experts as the Ring of Fire, during the eclipse, many countries were completely darkened during daylight hours.