A festival park in Utah is being flooded by people from across the country to see a solar eclipse.
Key points:Utah park says more than 100,000 people will have an opportunity to see the eclipse, but they’ll need to be at home for safety reasonsA solar eclipse is expected to be visible from the Pacific coast of California to the coast of North America from late afternoon on Sunday.
The event is called the Utah Sun Festival and it’s being held in the state’s largest park.
It is part of the “Utah Sun Festival” initiative that aims to raise awareness about the importance of keeping cool during the solar event.
It’s the third solar eclipse event in the past few months in Utah.
Solar eclipses are rare, but scientists are expecting a few to happen in the coming years.
Topics:earth-sciences,environment,environmental-impact,environment-management,united-statesFirst posted May 01, 2019 13:54:32Contact Aaron P. RobertsMore stories from Western Australia