Microbes Survive Harsh Early-Mars Analog Conditions

A research team studying the Poás volcano in Costa Rica has found a growing microbe community surviving in the harsh, acidic crater lake.

Helping us understand the past of Mars, since we haven’t gone there with humans, yet, is studying what we call analog sites here on Earth — places…

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Beth Johnson

Planetary scientist, podcast host. Communication specialist for SETI Institute and Planetary Science Institute. Buy me a coffee: https://ko-fi.com/planetarypan