Do the clouds of Venus actually have the potential to save life? This evidence might prove that.

Space is a mystic place where no one knows everything about it until they read and observe themselves. The solar system is the nearest place to us and the planets that surround us are the places that we are most concerned about since we look for potential life in those places. Mars and Venus are the adjacent planets to the earth.

Some people claim that Venus is how earth’s coast used to be and mars are how the planet will look in the time to come ahead. However, life was a concept that was believed to be spread across the whole universe, be it any end or any system of planets. Recent studies have claimed a life at other planets as well.

Life on Venus? Astronomers See Phosphine Signal in Its Clouds - The New York Times
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What has taken the news in recent days?

Venus, being earth’s twin sister in terms of appearance has been discovered for something unique. With the atmosphere containing a variety of components that can support life, especially phosphine which is believed to be an end product of lives on earth, mainly the microorganisms that release the compound after they perform metabolic processes and is an indication of life being supported in the planet.

The atmosphere can support life when the discovery is talked about and not the entire planet as the atmospheric layer has many other properties that resemble the conditions on the earth in context to temperature, amount or concentration of gases that can support life on the planet. This discovery will take a lead in the world of science and encourage people to look towards astronomy in terms of development along with other spheres for research and getting more details about in the future and scope in the same will increase in the time ahead.

If there is life on Venus, how could it have got there? Origin of life experts explain
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