Rare solar eclipse in sight

Professor of Theatre Arts David Flaten watches Professor of Mathematics Michael Frantz observe the partial solar eclipse Oct. 23 in the Quad. The physics department set up camp with telescopes, solar filters and a projector for a few hours and invited anyone who walked by to view the moon partially obstruct the sun. BJ Haddad, physics lab manager, said it is rare to see a solar eclipse. / photo by Helen Arase
Professor of Theatre Arts David Flaten watches Professor of Mathematics Michael Frantz observe the partial solar eclipse Oct. 23 in the Quad. The physics department set up camp with telescopes, solar filters and a projector for a few hours and invited anyone who walked by to view the moon partially obstruct the sun. BJ Haddad, physics lab manager, said it is rare to see a solar eclipse. / photo by Helen Arase
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