Life on Venus: Plain Sulfur Dioxide Instead of Phosphine?

Life on Venus: Plain Sulfur Dioxide Instead of Phosphine?

In September 2020, a team claimed that there was phosphine on Venus. Researchers reported The spectral signature of the gas is discovered in telescope data. Since some people interpreted it as a sign of a possible life – creatures floating among Venus’ clouds can release gas – the excitement was instantly great, even if there was immediate suspicion.

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