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SCIENCE SHIP: Deadly humidity & solar eclipse shadow

Last Updated Aug 21, 2017 at 5:33 am MDT

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As the world continues to warm, one of the effects is a more humid atmosphere in parts of the globe.

It may sound fine; after all we’re mostly water, plants need moisture, and who cares in the air has more humidity?


But, 660’s Jonathan Muma hopped on board the Science Ship with Saint Mary’s University Astrophysicist Dr. Rob Thacker who explained it could be deadly for many:


solar eclipse

North Americans are getting ready for Monday’s solar eclipse, when the moon passes between the earth and the sun.

But, don’t expect a nice round shadow to be cast on the earth.

Dr. Thacker explained why:


Can’t get enough Science Ship? Listen to this week’s full interview: