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Life Deep Below Earth Surface Has Important Mars Biosphere Implications

Earth Subsurface Biosphere

When we think of what it must be like far below the Earth’s surface, most of us picture the simplistic drawings we saw in grade school and believe there to be nothing there but deep layers of lifeless rock.  Several recent studies on the subsurface biosphere illustrate just how wrong …

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Finding Life in Warm Oceans Under Frozen Moons and Planets

Extraterrestrial Life May Be Hiding in Subsurface Oceans

There has been a recent flurry of articles postulating the existence of life in warm oceans that exist under the the frozen exteriors of moons in our Solar System and possible worlds and moons of far away star systems. http://www.sciencemag.org/news/2017/10/why-haven-t-we-had-alien-contact-blame-icy-ocean-worlds  http://www.newsweek.com/alien-atlantis-extraterrestrial-life-may-be-hiding-subsurface-oceans-distant-692580 https://www.space.com/38577-fermi-paradox-alien-life-buried-oceans.html https://www.airspacemag.com/daily-planet/new-classification-system-water-based-life-180965341/ https://cosmosmagazine.com/space/fermi-s-paradox-finished-perhaps-et-is-abundant-and-we-just-can-t-see-it It is exciting to think about …

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