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Bacteria, that can survive on moon of Jupiter- found in subglacial lake in Antarctica- VIDEO PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 27 November 2012 11:43

In the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences magazine was published an article of a group of scientists from the Desert Research Institute in Reno, United States, led by Alison Murray, that for the first time in the Antarctic Lake Vida, on a kilometer depth were detected of several types of cold-resistant bacteria, which can live in freezing temperatures to minus 14 degrees Celsius. According to Alison Murray, subglacial Lake Vida is located in the valley of McMurdo, located in Victoria Land, Lake Vida was opened in 1958 by the New Zealand expedition from the University of Wellington and is named in honor of Vida, the dog of Ernest Shackleton, the Antarctic explorer. As established by Alison Murray, the water of Lake Vida contains a thoUSAnds of live bacteria, including proteobacteria, spirochetes and other bacteria. During the experiments, it was found, that many of these bacteria can survive in very low, for all the living creatures, of the temperature down to minus 13-14 degrees Celsius, which makes their survival under the ice in Europe, Moon of Jupiter, THE VIDEO:

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