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Solar eclipse impact could inform climate change

New observations have shown how last year's solar eclipse over Scotland affected the atmosphere.

Academics and "citizen scientists" from southern England to the Northern Isles reported their observations.

Experts believe the findings could help studies of climate change as BBC Scotland's science correspondent Kenneth Macdonald reports.

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