INDIANAPOLIS — See how nature responds to the Aug. 21 solar eclipse by visiting an Indiana state park.
Twelve state parks throughout the state plan to host eclipse parties.
While Indiana will not experience a total eclipse, the phenomenon in Indiana will be near 100 percent. At Harmonie State Park, in the extreme southwest corner of the state, the moon will cover 99.9 percent of the sun. And at Pokagon State Park in extreme northeast Indiana, the eclipse will be at 87 percent.
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