25 Mar '11, 7am

"Artificial clouds" to provide shade for stadiums and training grounds at the 2022 World Cup

Qatari scientists say they have developed "artificial clouds" to provide shade for stadiums and training grounds at the 2022 World Cup. The extreme heat in summer months in the Middle Eastern country has led to concern about conditions at the tournament, with some suggesting it should be played in the winter. Qatar officials say they will air condition the stadiums via solar power and now scientists at Qatar University have designed the "cloud", which can be produced at a cost of US$500,000 (S$630,000) each. THE GUARDIAN

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