Once in a Lifetime

A Brief Introduction to Solar Eclipses, the Case Research Lab, and How They’re Connected

About the Program

In 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. Join Cayuga Museum Curator Haley Boothe for an eclipse weekend presentation to learn more about solar eclipses, the Case Research Lab, and more!


Date & Time

12 – 1 PM
Saturday, April 6



Admission is free, although donations are greatly appreciated



Carriage House Theater
203 Genesee St. (rear)
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Support provided by New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Governor's Office and the New York State Legislature.