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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.
(Los Angeles: Lee Cowan) NASA’s discovery of the bacteria GFAJ-1, which is able to survive without phosphorous by replacing it with arsenic, in California’s Mono Lake featured; photos/animation shown. [NASA’s Mary VOYTEK- says it is terrestrial life but not life as we know it.] [Astrobiologist researcher Felisa WOLFE-SIMON- says we’ve cracked open the door for what’s possible for life elsewhere in the universe.] [The Planetary Society executive director Bill NYE- says when we look for life on other worlds we could look in a different way.]
- Williams, Brian;
- Cowan, Lee
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