Sea plankton on the outside of ISS

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Russian scientists have found traces of sea plankton on the outside surface of the International Space Station.

The article is sadly lacking in many details, other than noting that the evidence suggests the organisms could live a long time in this harsh environment.

Posted en route to Spokane, Washington.


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  • Your timing is excellent for visiting Spokane. The weather will be beautiful, slightly cooler than normal through all of this week.

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