In Canada, we found supersaline lake under the permafrost layer

В Канаде нашли суперсоленые озера под слоем вечной мерзлоты

The water in the lakes is at a depth of 550-750 meters under the layer of ice

Conditions in such waters can resemble the environment on Jupiter’s moon – Europe – which has the iron core and the ocean hidden under the ice.

In Canada, under a layer of permafrost found two supersaline lake. It is reported by CBC News Thursday, April 12.

Scientists from the University of Alberta found that the water in these lakes is at a depth of 550-750 meters under the ice layer and may have a salinity that is four to five times higher than the ocean.

If this information is confirmed, the lake will become the world’s only odladovacom salt water. Currently, scientists know about several hundred podlegajacych lakes, but they are all freshwater.

Scientists say that if the water of the lakes you will find the germs, it would mean that they could develop without communication with the atmosphere. They believe that the conditions in such waters can resemble the environment on Jupiter’s moon – Europe – which has the iron core and the ocean hidden under the ice.

Earlier on Mars found traces of a lake, which in ancient times could be filled with water suitable for existence of life.

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