There may be life also on Venus: Scientists

In the solar system, it was believed that life could exist only on Earth and Mars. Scientists believe there may be life also on Venus

There may be life also on Venus: Scientists

Life also on Venus

Venus is the closest planet to Earth. It is also called Venus. The temperature of the atmosphere there goes up to 400 degrees Celsius, hence it is also known as the 'Green House' Planet. This is because the atmosphere of silver is 96% carbon dioxide. Carbon dioxide and sulfuric acid float in its atmosphere in the form of droplets. Until now it was believed that there was no chance of survival in any way under these climatic conditions.

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One of the scientists' researches suggests that life has the potential to survive even in extreme conditions. Scientists and researchers at Cardiff University and the University of Cambridge have found that microbes can live in silver, according to a new study. Scientists say the presence of ammonia in Venus' clouds suggests the possibility of microbes surviving in such an atmosphere of Venus.

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Due to the presence of ammonia, Venus neutralizes the highly acidic atmosphere of the planet. Scientists have discovered the presence of ammonia gas on the surface of silver. These researchers believe that certain biological functions are responsible for the formation of ammonia. Scientists believe that this gas could not have originated from a non-living source.

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Scientists are currently exploring the possibility of life on Mars as well, as research continues on whether there is life on Mars after Earth. NASA and the European Space Agency plan to send two spacecraft to Venus in the next 10 to 15 years. It is noteworthy that the spacecraft sent to Venus crashed there just minutes after landing, after which they became inactive.