Hints of life on Venus | The Royal Astronomical Society
TLDR: Phosphine gas detected in the atmosphere of Venus in relatively massive quantities. The only known source of that much phosphine is anaerobic microbial life.
Started by Legend, Sep 14, 2020, 07:38 PM
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In the unlikeliest of places. This would change everythingThere are three possibilities if it's real.
We have been working on a mission to Venus for a while now. It’s time to go! https://t.co/KcdGTvx6b2— Peter Beck (@Peter_J_Beck) September 14, 2020
The plan is to seperate a probe off the main photon spacecraft and enter that in to the clouds to sample. https://t.co/Ac9JSxa0xg— Peter Beck (@Peter_J_Beck) September 14, 2020
Oh dang this is crazy and it really is legit. Can't wait to find out the cause of the gas.What a strange sentence.