Astronomers find Possible Signs of life on Venus
Is there any kind of life outside our planet? Astronomers find Possible Signs of life on Venus.
On Monday, Astronomers announced that they have found Traces of a rare molecule known as phosphine in the hellish, heavily acidic atmosphere of Venus.
Jane Greaves, a professor at Cardiff University said, “We have detected a rare gas called phosphine in the atmosphere of our neighbor planet Venus. The reason for our excitement is that phosphine gas on Earth is made by microorganisms that live in oxygen-free environments. And so there is a chance that we have detected some kind of living organism in the clouds of Venus.”
Researchers are still not sure if there’s any life or Possible Signs of life on Venus. They think it will require more study yet to confirm or deny anything.