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The cracks had formed as the ice skidded and juddered over a subglacial mountain.
And the data hinted at the presence of a subglacial lake.
The salt from rocks beneath the ice made the subglacial lakes four to five times saltier than seawater, or hypersaline.
The likelihood that life exists in these hypersaline subglacial systems is high, Alison Murray of Nevada’s Desert Research Institute tells Halton.
That’s not too salty to host microbial life, as a similarly briny subglacial lake in Antarctica proves.
Access by skidoo is also possible, but subglacial floes makes it a more treacherous affair.
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