Russian researchers get a sample of Lake Vostok

01/14/2013 | ScienceMag.org

A Russian team of researchers seeking to access and study the waters of the Antarctic's Lake Vostok, which is buried under more than 13,000 feet of ice, retrieved the first sample. The team drilled through the ice to the surface of the lake, allowing the lake water to rise through the bored hole and then freeze. The team has removed the frozen lake core for analysis.

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