India’s Chandrayaan-3 mission, which delivered its Vikram lander and Pragyan rover to the lunar surface, faces uncertainty as the rover enters sleep mode due to the onset of the lunar night. Unlike NASA’s long-lasting Mars rovers, Pragyan relies on solar power and may struggle with the harsh lunar cold. However, there’s a chance it could awaken when the sun returns on September 22nd. While the mission achieved its engineering goals, it aimed to detect water ice and characterize lunar regolith, with promising temperature and sulfur findings near the South Pole. India’s space successes continue to grow, elevating its global standing.
In a groundbreaking medical discovery, a 61-year-old Indian mycologist has become the first known human to contract silver leaf disease, a fungus typically fatal to plants like pears and roses. The patient presented with a severe throat infection, cough, hoarseness, and difficulty swallowing. A CT scan revealed an abscess near his trachea, with lab tests […]
The roots of monstera plants have been used to make a remedy for snakebite in Martinique, and parts of the plant have also been used as a topical treatment for arthritis. Don’t try to replicate any of these treatments on your own, however. All parts of monstera plants contain insoluble calcium oxalate crystals, which cause extreme […]
RhoGAM shots play a crucial role in mitigating the risk of Rh sensitization for Rh-negative expectant mothers. In cases where the maternal blood type lacks the Rh factor (Rh-negative) while the fetus possesses it (Rh-positive), the absence of RhoGAM intervention could lead to the generation of alloimmunization antibodies within the maternal immune system. These antibodies […]