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Phosphine found in the Venus atmosphere, could be signs of ‘aerial life’ in planet’s clouds- Technology News, Firstpost

For decades, scientists have suspected that Venus can sustain microbial life in its atmosphere – instead of the hot surface of the planet – in high clouds where temperatures can reach 450 degrees (700 degrees K). According to the researchers, the detection of phosphine molecules, which in turn consist of hydrogen and phosphorus molecules, may indicate this extraterrestrial “air” life. Many scientists from the same team, including Clara Sousa-Silva, participated in a recent study to study the presence of gases in the atmosphere of other planets.

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