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Brain Death policies of hospitals differ significantly, study finds

Brain Death policies of hospitals differ significantly, study finds

According to a new study, the rules to pass a judgment over when a patient is brain dead differ broadly from hospital to hospital, even in the presence of national standards that have been created to ensure accuracy.

Leak in Seismometer forces NASA to reschedule its Future Mars Mission

Leak in Seismometer forces NASA to reschedule its Future Mars Mission

To space enthusiasts’ disappointment, US space agency NASA has cancelled its upcoming Mars mission after finding a leak in the InSight spacecraft’s primary scientific instrument. It means the spacecraft will not take off in March.

Reptile Ownership Might Be Banned

Reptile Ownership Might Be Banned

Stricter rules for the ownership of venomous reptiles are being formulated by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. A complete restriction on their ownership is also being considered by the commission. Currently, permits are provided for owning both ‘conditional reptiles’ and ‘venomous reptiles.’

Launch of NASA’s InSight Mars Lander Delayed for Undefined Period

Launch of NASA’s InSight Mars Lander Delayed for Undefined Period

Constant issues with a seismometer instrument have delayed the launch of the NASA’s InSight Mars lander. The lander was earlier scheduled for a launch in March. Officials said if the issue continues, they might consider shelving the $675 million project.

Rising Population of Space Debris increases Potential Danger to All Space Vehicles

Rising Population of Space Debris increases Potential Danger to All Space Vehicles

The track of over 500,000 pieces of debris, or ‘space junk’, has been noted as they orbit the Earth. Travelling at speeds up to 17,500 mph, they are fast enough for a relatively small part of orbital debris to harm a satellite or a spacecraft.

With the increase in the population of space debris, the possible danger to all space vehicles also increases, mainly to the International Space Station, space shuttles and other spacecraft that have humans aboard.

Beijing’s Hazardous Smog is going From Bad to Worse

Beijing’s Hazardous Smog is going From Bad to Worse

Hazardous smog of Beijing has made the city residents struggle with chocking pollution. This month alone, Beijing officials issued red alert two times, which warned people not to move an inch from their homes.

This year wasn’t good at all for the Chinese capital when it comes to air pollution. Smog has made things more difficult for residents, especially in winters. There are reports that the smog is stretching beyond Beijing into much of northern China.

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