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Exploring habitability with artificial hydrothermal vents

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Funding for this research is provided from the NASA Habitable Worlds Program, grant #80NSSC20K0228, to principal investigator R. Price, Stony Brook University. Special thanks to E. Bogason from Strytan Dive Center and L. Barge from NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory for their valuable insight and help in constructing our IGC experiments.

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Sanchez, A.M. Exploring habitability with artificial hydrothermal vents. Nat Rev Earth Environ 2, 590 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1038/s43017-021-00206-3

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