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After living for 18 months in a Mars-like environment outside the International Space Station, some Antarctic fungi were still living and dividing when examined by researchers back on Earth.
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It could be that the plucky rovers we've sent to explore the Red Planet have brought with them unwelcome, hitchhiking bacteria.
Dozens of artistically inclined biologists used microbes and agar gel to craft selfies, still lifes and landscapes in petri dishes.
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