View to a thrill: Tri-Cities look to the sky for solar eclipse

From Pacific Northwest National Laboratory to the Port of Pasco, from the top of Badger Mountain to the observatory and planetarium at Columbia Basin College, people across the Tri-Cities staked out spots, sported glasses — store-bought and handmade — and looked to the sky for Monday’s solar eclipse.

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Solar eclipse viewing at CBC in Pasco 1:02

Solar eclipse viewing at CBC in Pasco

Hanford Reach fire from Aug. 21 0:40

Hanford Reach fire from Aug. 21

Eclipse trivia, how much do you really know? 0:45

Eclipse trivia, how much do you really know?

VIDEO: Hanford hopeful as 2017 football season opener approaches 1:22

VIDEO: Hanford hopeful as 2017 football season opener approaches

Finley powerlifter enjoys being strong and independent. 1:07

Finley powerlifter enjoys being strong and independent.

Finley powerlifter enjoys being strong and independent. 1:07

Finley powerlifter enjoys being strong and independent.

Powerlifter talks about the appeal of the sport, and the benefits of lifting weights. 1:02

Powerlifter talks about the appeal of the sport, and the benefits of lifting weights.

Benton Franklin Fair and Rodeo Grand Parade 1:30

Benton Franklin Fair and Rodeo Grand Parade

Residential fire on Red Mountain 0:44

Residential fire on Red Mountain

A look at the new middle school in West Richland 0:52

A look at the new middle school in West Richland

2024 solar eclipse will be longer, closer to East Coast

Still haven't had enough eclipse? Your next shot at totality in the U.S. comes on April 8, 2024.
2024 solar eclipse will be longer, closer to East Coast 1:32

2024 solar eclipse will be longer, closer to East Coast

Hanford Reach fire from Aug. 21 0:40

Hanford Reach fire from Aug. 21

Solar eclipse viewing at CBC in Pasco 1:02

Solar eclipse viewing at CBC in Pasco

Eclipse trivia, how much do you really know? 0:45

Eclipse trivia, how much do you really know?