Eclipse Viewing Event on the Phoenix Building

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On January 24, 1925 Auburn witnessed a total solar eclipse, which for many was a once in a lifetime experience. This rare astronomical phenomena attracted the attention of local scientist Theodore Case. Ted and members of his lab worked with the Colby Radio Research Lab while observing, documenting, and even filming the solar eclipse from the roof of the Masonic Temple in Auburn.

On April 8, 2024 Auburn will again experience a total solar eclipse. Join us for a unique viewing experience on the roof of the iconic Phoenix Building, right next to where Case recorded the eclipse in 1925, and one of the highest points in the city.

Cost: $250
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Phoenix Building
2 South St.
Auburn, 13021
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