Marc Kaufman

Washington Post

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Science writer at the Washington Post and author of First Contact: Scientific Breakthroughs in the Hunt for Life beyond Earth

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One of the biggest lakes in the world is two miles below Antarctica, covered by ice for thousands of years.

Russians Drill to Lake Vostok, Two Miles below Antarctic Ice

One of the biggest lakes in the world is two miles below Antarctica, covered by ice for thousands of years.

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One of the biggest lakes in the world is two miles below Antarctica, covered by ice for thousands of years.

Russians Drill to Lake Vostok, Two Miles below Antarctic Ice

One of the biggest lakes in the world is two miles below Antarctica, covered by ice for thousands of years.

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