It is a non-welcoming place which is full of radiation and hard temperatureswhere living organisms would not have the opportunity to survive. But scientists from the German airplane center that sent the round bacteria outside ISS station have now done just that. Futurism. In fact, the attempt to prove that the Earth's livelihood is feeling in a similar situation to Mars is, in reality. Over a year.
The German Air Center has started a test called BIOMEX, where astronomers at ISS have shown selected species of organisms settings like Mars. This planet is among all in our solar system which is likely to be the most suitable candidate for survival. The theory is now tested by the test results in which the ISS station is open to the universe and its conditions t bacteria, algae, lichens and fungi, with information about the port Science Alert.
These live organisms have been remarkable. With this test, it was proved that Earth's organisms can survive in such sad conditions that we find on Mars, the portal said. DLR. In a symbolic environment that was a "replica" of Martian surfaces, they were hundreds of different examples from 2014 to 2016. Later they returned to Earth to be surveyed.