A team of researchers have discovered 830-million-year-old microorganisms that could still be alive. 'Vice' reports that the discovery may have implications for the search for alien life on Mars. A team from West Virginia University discovered the microorganism in a piece of ancient halite in the Browne sediment formation in central Australia.
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