A newly discovered batch of microbial life has been found in a sealed brine lake located beneath 65 feet of Antarctic ice, providing scientists with a rare opportunity to examine how life may cope with extreme conditions on other planets. A team of University of Illinois scientists have reportedly identified a diverse ecosystem in Lake Vida, an underground lake located in Antarctica... To continue reading, subscribe to The Space Reporter today.
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