Edge On The Clock: NASA Finds Possible Signs Of Life On Venus

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — NASA has detected a gas called phosphine in the atmosphere of Venus, the planet often referred to as Earth’s twin. The flammable gas occurs when organic matter breaks down. It is also produced by bacteria that does not need oxygen, like organisms living in wetlands. Either way, that means something could be alive on Venus’ scorching surface.

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