Greetings WIRED UK readers

If any of you are visiting after reading my feature on space bacteria in the April issue of WIRED UK, you've arrived at the wrong place due to a mix-up in the byline. Head over to the new home of Not Exactly Rocket Science at Discover blogs.

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