A European Spacecraft Is About To Fly Past Venus – And Could Look For Signs Of Life

On Monday, September 14, a team of scientists said they had found evidence for phosphine in the atmosphere of Venus. The region in which it was found, about 50 kilometers above the surface, is outside the harsh conditions on the Venusian surface and could be a habitat for airborne microbes.

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