Postal Service announces Total Eclipse of the Sun Forever stamp
(KUTV) The U.S. Postal Service is offering special solar eclipse stamps that morph when you touch them.
On the front of the stamp is a solar eclipse, and upon touch it changes into an image of the moon. The image transforms back into an eclipse after cooling.
An image showing the eclipse's path is on the back of the stamp.
A solar eclipse will take place Monday, Aug. 21, and block out the sun from Oregon to South Carolina.
The solar eclipse will only be visible from the United States, and takes place on Monday, August 21. Many Utahns are reportedly traveling to Idaho Falls, ID in order to see the eclipse.