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Earth?s toughest bacteria can survive unprotected in space for at least a year

   19 Nov 00:00:28  |  Astronomy  |  Universe Today

A remarkable microbe named Deinococcus radiodurans (the name comes from the Greek deinos meaning terrible, kokkos meaning grain or berry, radius meaning radiation, and durare meaning surviving or withstanding) has survived a full year in the harsh environment of outer space aboard (but NOT inside) the International Space Station. This plucky prokaryote is affectionately known …
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