ISS Filled With Bacteria, Study Finds Written 9 April 2019

CNET News reports that “a diverse population of bacteria and fungi – similar to the ones found in hospitals, gyms and offices on Earth – has been found on surfaces inside the ISS, according to research published Monday in the journal Microbiome.” Study researchers said that the majority of the organisms found on the US module in the ISS were related to humans, for instance, from the Staphylococcaceae and Enterobacteriaceae families. Data “were collected from eight locations throughout the ISS during three flight missions over a period of 14 months” and analyzed by a group of scientists including those from JPL. 
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