They’re some of the most remote places humans have been, but would you rather live in Antarctica or on the International Space Station for a whole year?
Welcome to Would You Rather? a new series of The Cosmos Podcast where our journalists debate the science of curly questions.
On the first episode, Ellen Phiddian and Jacinta Bowler go head-to-head trying to convince each other about life at the bottom of our planet, or in orbit around it. Let us know what you’d do below.
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Originally published by Cosmos as Would you rather live on the International Space Station or in Antarctica for a year?
Ellen Phiddian is a science journalist at Cosmos. She has a BSc (Honours) in chemistry and science communication, and an MSc in science communication, both from the Australian National University.
Jacinta Bowler is a science journalist at Cosmos. They have a undergraduate degree in genetics and journalism from the University of Queensland and have been published in the Best Australian Science Writing 2022.
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