Monday's celestial view of a lifetime

Eastern Washington club provides Roos Field viewing opportunity


Last updated 8/17/2017 at 8:25am

While it’s not complete totality, the 91 percent coverage that Cheney and the rest of the Spokane area will experience during the Aug. 21 solar eclipse is pretty close.

At least that’s what Eastern Washington University student Jason Schriver thinks, and he and the rest of the EWU astronomy club are offering residents a chance to view the eclipse safely.

The club is holding a viewing party at the Inferno at Roos Field this Monday, with gates from the upper level P12 parking lot opening at 9 a.m.

Schriver, the club’s secretary-treasurer, said the viewing here won’t be as intense as...

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