August 21, 2017 Slideshows » News & Comment

Partial Solar Eclipse in Spokane 

Spokane experienced an approximate 90% solar eclipse today. Here are photos from the Spokane Tribal Gathering Place and Kendall Yards.
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Mobius Science Center Education Manager Kelli Crawford, right, shows Michele Sapronetti, left, who's holding her 2 1/2 year old daughter Milissa Sapronetti and her 8 year old daughter Mikayla Sapronetti how a pinhole viewer at the Spokane Tribal Gathering Place before solar eclipse.
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Bailey Bordelon, left, and Kailyn Hudson watch a partial solar eclipse while wearing their solar glasses, at the Spokane Tribal Gathering Place.
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Kailyn Hudson, right, and Bailey Bordelon capture a partial solar eclipse using their phones and solar glasses, at the Spokane Tribal Gathering Place.
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Steven Michell, left, his mother-in-law Jo-ann Button, left, look at a partial solar eclipse through solar glasses as his 7 year old son Eric Michell looks on, at the Spokane Tribal Gathering Place.
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Jessica Barnes, holds solar glasses for her 5 year old son Donovan Hogan, who looks at a partial solar eclipse, at the Spokane Tribal Gathering Place.
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A partial solar eclipse is photographed from the Spokane Tribal Gathering Place.
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Tera Hill, center top, helps her 7 year old daughter Lila Hill make a pinhole viewer during a partial solar eclipse, at the Spokane Tribal Gathering Place.
Mobius Science Center Lead Educator Scott Rademacher, left, shows 8 year old Lillieana Gadley, center, and her mother Karina Lastra how a pinhole viewer works during a partial solar eclipse, at the Spokane Tribal Gathering Place.
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Shane Daly, right, shows Anthony Peterson his pinhole viewer in a cardboard box, during a partial solar eclipse, at the Spokane Tribal Gathering Place.
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People assemble during a partial solar eclipse, at the Spokane Tribal Gathering Place.
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City of Spokane Assistant Planner Kevin Freibott intertwines his fingers to make shadows, which look like crescents during a partial solar eclipse, at the Spokane Tribal Gathering Place.
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City of Spokane Assistant Planner Kevin Freibott shows his pinhole viewer during a partial solar eclipse, at the Spokane Tribal Gathering Place.
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A partial solar eclipse is photographed from the Centennial Trail in the Kendall Yards neighborhood.
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Mobius Science Center Education Manager Kelli Crawford, right, shows Michele Sapronetti, left, who's holding her 2 1/2 year old daughter Milissa Sapronetti and her 8 year old daughter Mikayla Sapronetti how a pinhole viewer at the Spokane Tribal Gathering Place before solar eclipse.
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