America experienced a total solar eclipse that got everyone talking, so we’re also taking a look at the sun in this week’s episode.

Jerome Jooste from the Astronomical Society of Southern Africa Johannesburg explains exactly what a solar eclipse is. 
We find out why researchers observe the surface of the sun from Jacques van Delft from the Astronomical Society of Southern.

In Unscience, find out whether rats giggle when you tickle them.

Professor Andrew Chen from University of Witwatersrand tells us what happens if the sun were to stop shining.

The Science Inside is presented by Elna Schütz and DJ Keyez. Our
production team is Gabriel Chemhuru with technical production by Kutlwano Serame.
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