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The mold that's hard to get out of your house could follow humans to the red planet.The mold that's hard to get out of your house could follow humans to the red planet.

Life from Earth could survive on Mars, at least for a while - CNET

NASA and the German Aerospace Center scientists have published a paper on discussing how the spores of black mold could survive on Mars.NASA and the German Aerospace Center scientists have published a paper on discussing how the spores of black mold could survive on Mars.

NASA says some Earth organisms could temporarily survive on Mars | Engadget

Study shows sending microbes to Earth's stratosphere, to test their endurance to Martian conditions, can reveal their potential use and threats to space travel. Some microbes on Earth could temporarily survive on the surface of Mars, finds a new study by NASA and German Aerospace Center scientists.

Study Shows Life From Earth Could Temporarily Survive on Mars

Microbes Survive Balloon Ride to Mars-Like Habitat in the SkyMicrobes Survive Balloon Ride to Mars-Like Habitat in the Sky

Microbes Survive Balloon Ride to Mars-Like Habitat in the Sky | NASA

According to a new study by scientists from NASA and the German Aerospace Center, some Earthling microbes could survive the hostile conditions on Mars.According to a new study by scientists from NASA and the German Aerospace Center, some Earthling microbes could survive the hostile conditions on Mars.

Black Mold From Earth Could Survive on Mars, NASA Says

According to a new study by scientists from NASA and the German Aerospace Center, some Earthling microbes could survive the hostile conditions on Mars.According to a new study by scientists from NASA and the German Aerospace Center, some Earthling microbes could survive the hostile conditions on Mars.

Black Mold From Earth Could Survive on Mars, NASA Says

LIFE from Earth can survive on Mars, albeit temporarily, according to new research which boosts the chances of discovering lifeforms away from our planet.LIFE from Earth can survive on Mars, albeit temporarily, according to new research which boosts the chances of discovering lifeforms away from our planet.

Life on Mars: Earth-based microbes can temporarily survive on the Red Planet | Science | News | Express.co.uk

Some microbes on Earth could temporarily survive on the surface of Mars, finds a new study by NASA and German Aerospace Center scientists. The researchers tested the endurance of microorganisms to Martian ...

Life from Earth could temporarily survive on Mars

Getting your car stolen is scary enough, but if the car is stolen with your children inside? Simply horrific.Getting your car stolen is scary enough, but if the car is stolen with your children inside? Simply horrific.

UK Teens Face Kidnapping Charges after Accidentally Stealing Car with Owner's Children Still Inside

Microbial hitchhikers like the black mold fungus can potentially survive on Mars and pose a threat to astronauts looking to set up camp on the fourth planetMicrobial hitchhikers like the black mold fungus can potentially survive on Mars and pose a threat to astronauts looking to set up camp on the fourth planet

NASA finds black mold fungus can survive on Mars — and it poses a threat to astronauts | Business Insider India