Adrienne Kish, an astrobiologist at the Université Paris-Sud, is an old hand at hunting life-forms in inhospitable environments. As a 21-year-old intern at the Kennedy Space Center in 2001, Kish volunteered to extract effluent from the “volume F wet trash” of space shuttle missions — food scraps, astronaut diapers, and vomit bags — to learn what kind of microbes might be growing in the muck. She has since turned her exotic dumpster-diving into a profession.
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