09 Jun '12, 11pm

Microbes Capable Of Surviving On Mars Found

Microbes Capable Of Surviving On Mars Found

“Schmidt’s lab, along with others, is studying how microorganisms are dispersed — that is, how they travel from one site to another. There’s evidence that one common method of microbe transport is through the air – they’re caught up in winds, sucked up into clouds, form rain droplets, and then fall back to the ground somewhere else as precipitation. But on mountains like Volcán Llullaillaco and Volcán Socompa, the high ultraviolet radiation and extreme temperatures make the landscape inhospitable to outside microbes.”

Full article: http://planetsave.com/2012/06/09/microbes-capable-of-surv...

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