Microscopic Tunnels Carved by Martian Microbes? - Universe Today
A thin slice of the Nakhla meteor. Image credit: OSU Click to enlarge. Bacteria seem to live anywhere there’s water. One class of bacteria are known to burrow through igneous rock feeding on iron and other chemicals, and leaving a tiny tunnel behind them. Now researchers have found similar tunnels in a meteorite believed to … Continue reading "Microscopic Tunnels Carved by Martian Microbes?"