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Bacterial survival in salty antifreeze raises hope for life on Mars and icy moons

4 Jul 2018, 12:43 UTC
Bacterial survival in salty antifreeze raises hope for life on Mars and icy moons
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New research by a trans-Atlantic team of scientists suggests that bacteria could survive in briny chemicals that exist on Mars, Enceladus, Europa, Pluto and possibly elsewhere.

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