Buried over two miles beneath the East Antarctic Ice sheet lurks Lake Vostok — an isolated body of subglacial water, removed from the rest of the world for more than twenty million years. Now, Russian researchers are just a few meters of ice away from entering an environment unlike any we’ve ever seen… at least, not here on Earth.
Vostok is thought to harbor conditions similar to those of Jupiter’s moon Europa and Saturn’s moon Enceladus, and the discovery of life in the lake’s inky depths would significantly strengthen the prospect of discovering life on either of these icy bodies. Does support for the existence of exobiological life thrive in Lake Vostok? After 20 years of drilling, we’re about to find out.
Read the full article at io9.com.
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