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Thursday, March 08, 2001

Interesting news today on BBC.

Interesting news today on BBC.

Mir is expected to bring some mutated strain of fungi that have been growing rampant in the nooks and crannies of the space station down to our earth when it splashes down in New Zealand's water later this month.

The prospect of bringing to earth these new forms of life whose potential impact is simply unknown has troubled not the Russian government.

Responding to this concern, the Russian Space Agency "is not considering postponing the splashdown", which is expected on or around 20 March.


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