Scientists revived vital functions in the brains of pigs hours after they died; a major breakthrough that could help treat victims of heart attacks and strokes. When humans and large mammals die, the cells responsible of neutral function begin to degrade as result of the blood supply end. Reviving the cells is long considered to be impossible.
The sun’s halo is undergoing what is known as solar wind, discharging hot, dense and charged particles into space. "They look like the blobs in a lava lamp. Only they are hundreds of times larger than the Earth,” a research astrophysicist at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland and co-author of the recent study, Nicholeen Viall, told Live Science.