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Signs of eye damage from staring at solar eclipse

Signs of eye damage from staring at solar eclipse

Janelle Routhier, Senior Director of Customer Development at Essilor, tells Bustle. "The sun is very damaging to the eyes; it can there's chemical reaction that goes on with the retina and basically it can burn the retina and you can have vision loss from slight vision loss to permanent vision loss", said Shanks.


Steven Matz Is Said to Have Nerve Issue in Pitching Elbow

Steven Matz Is Said to Have Nerve Issue in Pitching Elbow

Collins would not identify the issue. New York Mets left-hander Steven Matz was diagnosed with the same nerve issue in his pitching elbow that afflicted teammate Jacob deGrom previous year, and surgery for Matz was recommended by team doctor David Altchek, sources say.


How NASA astronauts will see the solar eclipse 3 times

How NASA astronauts will see the solar eclipse 3 times

Sky gazers watching today's Great American Solar Eclipse were treated to a rare view of the International Space Station (ISS) when the spacecraft flew past a partial eclipse of the sun. A dark blotch appears near the curve of the Earth where the moon cast its umbra. "You look down at the size of the shadow and we get used to the scope and scale of what the Earth looks like from here and just understanding how many people will be affected by that", said Bresnik.


Final Fantasy XV: Windows Edition Coming to PC in Early 2018

Final Fantasy XV: Windows Edition Coming to PC in Early 2018

Previously Final Fantasy XV director Hajime Tabata explained that a PC version would take longer to hit than the console versions. Also included with the game is the GeForce Experience suite of capture tools. NVIDIA HairWorks - creates dynamic, life-like hair and fur for characters, animals and monsters that inhabit the game. The gameplay does look stunning and we're sure PC players will be clamoring to finally get their hands on the fifteenth installment of this classic RPG series.


War games set to begin in South Korea

War games set to begin in South Korea

In an editorial published on Sunday, the official North Korean newspaper Rodong Sinmun criticised the joint military exercise as an "expression of enmity", adding that no one can guarantee "that the exercise won't lead to hostilities". But others think the North might use the drills as an excuse to conduct another ICBM test or maybe even act on its threat to lob missiles into the waters near Guam.