Discussion in 'Science and Technology' started by XCV330, Jan 24, 2018.
They were fruitful and multiplied!
If the ISS falls to Earth with these bacteria onboard is there any health risk?
^^ if ISS comes back it will do so in heaps of molten and burning metal, no bacteria can survive reentry.
I hope so. When Columbia broke up, I think a box of worms survived. The smaller something is, the tougher…panspermia.
If a tarantula falls, it will almost certainly be injured…as opposed to tiny spiders that can use a thread of silk as a streamer recovery/sky sail.
Well we'll just have to wait and see I guess
stuff comes back from ISS all the time. There's no way they could have kept the bacteria from returning.
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