Ancient Salty Subglacial Lakes Discovered, Could Bolster Search For Extraterrestrial Life

Scientists located the world's first salty, isolated subglacial lakes in the Canadian High Arctic, a discovery that could bolster the chances of finding microbial life beyond Earth. The two new lakes, located 550 to 750 meters under the Devon Ice Cap, one of the largest ice caps in the region, were spotted through airborne radar scanning conducted by a multinational team of researchers and scientists from NASA.

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