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    Billions of years ago, our nearest planetary neighbor, Venus, may have harbored lakes, oceans, and life-giving habitats similar to those on the early Earth. Today, Venus spins slowly in a backward direction. It's a planet knocked upside down and turned inside out. Its burned-out surface is a global fossil of volcanic destruction, shrouded in a dense, toxic atmosphere. Scientists have come to see Venus as the alien planet “next door,” a laboratory for testing ideas about how planets evolve and the challenges they face in nurturing life. They are now unveiling daring new strategies to reach down to its hostile surface. From floating bases stationed high in Venus’ atmosphere, they hope to send down new generation probes to search for clues from a time when the planet was alive. How did Venus descend into this hellish state? And how did its sister planet, Earth, manage to survive?

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  • This Is What The Surface Of Venus Sounds Like! Venera 14 Sound Recording 1982


    Nearly 40 years ago Venera 14 landed on Venus and recorded the sound of its eerie, scorched surface. But what did it hear? Click of the video to find out!

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  • First Real Images Of Venus - What Have We Discovered?


    Venus is the second planet in the solar system and is one of the four telluric planets along with Earth, Mars and Mercury. It therefore occupies a special place in our system, and it is precisely for this reason that the world's space agencies have dedicated several missions to it in recent decades. Scientists have now been able to take real pictures of Venus for the first time!

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    This documentary tells the story of the planet Venus, from its discovery by humans to the potential future and life on the world. Big thanks to MIT and NASA.

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  • What did the Soviets photograph on Venus? - Real Images!


    In the 1950s, the now legendary race into space began, in which the United States of America and the Soviet Union shifted their strong competition into space. Both sides attempted to gain supremacy in space. Pioneering work was to be done in order to underpin the scientific power of the respective state. Everyone knows about the race to launch the first orbiting satellite into space and that it ended with a Soviet victory by Sputnik 1. Also the first man in space - Yuri Gagarin - was Soviet.

    Of course, the fight for the first manned journey to the moon is still in the minds of people all over the world today. When Apollo 11 landed on the moon in 1969 and Neil Armstrong took his famous step for mankind, the USA could finally present itself as the winner.

    In all these competitions in space, however, another interesting subject area fell behind. For Venus was also studied extensively. The Soviets even succeeded in using probes to take photographs of the planet's surface.

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  • Real Images Of What Nasa Discovered On Venus


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    From the brightness of the planet, to the mysteries that we still need to solve for it, and the probe that might unlock its past. Allow us to show you Real images of what nasa discovered on Venus!
    Right now, the two planets getting the most attention in our evening sky are the gas giants of the solar system: Saturn, which through even a small telescope boasts a spectacular system of rings, and Jupiter, which features a large disk crossed by gaseous bands and a retinue of four, bright satellites that change their positions relative to each other from hour to hour and night to night. Both planets are readily visible in the southwestern evening sky soon after nightfall.
    And yet both of these behemoths are far inferior in brightness to the brightest planet in the sky: Venus. That's right, our sister planet is so bright right now that depending on where you are in the world you can see it before the sun sets.

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  • How To Terraform Venus


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    Leaving earth to find new homes in space is an old dream of humanity and will sooner or later be necessary for our survival. The planet that gets the most attention is Mars, a small, toxic and energy poor planet that just about seems good enough for a colony of depressed humans huddled in underground cities.

    But what if we think bigger? What if we take Venus, one of the most hostile and deadly places in the solar system and turn it into a colony? Not by building lofty cloud cities, but by creating a proper second earth? It might be easier than you think.

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  • Why Venus and Mercury have no Moons?


    Mercury and Venus have no moons because of their close proximity to the Sun. Any moon orbiting around them is likely be swallowed by the mammoth gravitational pull of the mighty Sun.
    All planets except for Mercury and Venus have moons. In fact, Earth is the only planet to have just one moon; remaining planets from Mars onward have multiple moons, with Saturn having as much as 82 moons! So when most of the planets are inundated moons, why do Venus and Mercury have no moons?

    The moonlessness of Venus and Mercury is mostly attributed to their proximity to the sun. Being so close to the sun means that they’re not only exposed to a lot of hostile solar radiation, but also experience the intense gravitational pull of the massive star nearby. For Mercury, the planet is simply too close to the Sun and also too small to have any sustainable gravitational influence to secure a moon in orbit. As for Venus, its slow retrograde rotation makes it challenging for any moon to stay in its orbit.

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  • Did Humans Live On Venus Before Earth? | Unveiled


    Scientists have found signs of potential life on Venus, but what does the discovery mean for the search for alien intelligence? In this video, Unveiled uncovers how Earth's evil twin might've once hosted wide oceans and pleasant temperatures, enough even to support human life. But could humans ever, really, have existed on the next-closest planet to the sun??

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  • What did NASA photograph on Venus? | Real Images


    Venus, the Goddess of beauty and love: a charming deity that loved stirring up trouble among humans, that is of course, according to Greek-Roman mythology.

    And yet, thousands of years after the ancients conceptualized the idea of this mischievous Goddess and the very civilizations that worshipped her have fallen, here we are: one look at the sky, and we see it – a magnificent planet that, just like its divine counterpart, is guaranteed to make you fall in love.

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  • NASAs Voyage to Venus


    For the first time in decades, NASA is sending two new missions to Venus designed to study and explore the planet’s atmosphere and earth-like composition. Together, DAVINCI and VERITAS will provide a new, 360º view of Venus -- and perhaps a window into Earth's ancient history.

  • LIFE BEYOND II: The Museum of Alien Life


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    What if there was a museum that contained every type of life form in the universe? This experience takes you on a tour through the possible forms alien life might take, from the eerily familiar to the utterly exotic, ranging from the inside of the Earth to the most hostile corners of the universe.

    New research is upending our idea of life and where it could be hiding: not just on Earth-like planets, where beings could mimic what our planet has produced, but in far flung places like the hearts of dead stars and the rings of gas giant planets. Nowhere in the universe is off limits.

    Only when we know what else is out there will we truly know ourselves. This thought experiment will give us a glimpse into what could be out there, how we might find it, and just how far nature’s imagination might stretch.

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  • Did We Just Detect Life on Venus?


    The announcement of the detection of a possible biomarker in the atmosphere of Venus has shook up the field of astrobiology and grabbed headlines across the world. Today, we explore why Venus could plausibly host life, how this detection was made, and whether it really means that we've finally found extraterrestrial life. Written and presented by Prof Kipping, featuring guest Dr Caleb Scharf.

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  • NASA to return to Venus for the first time in decades | ABC News


    NASA has announced plans to launch two new scientific missions to Venus between 2028 and 2030 — its first in decades — to study the atmosphere and geologic history of Earth's closest planetary neighbour.

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  • Gustav Holst - The Planets, Op. 32


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    Glands in the lobes then secrete enzymes that break the dinner down into a digestible soup. Ten days later, the trap pops open to reveal nothing but a dried out husk.

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  • NASAs Return to Venus


    Venus, our planetary neighbor, is a hot, hellish unforgiving world and NASA has selected two bold new missions to study this inferno-like planet: DAVINCI+ and VERITAS. Are Venus and Earth fundamentally unique worlds? Or are the differences between these ‘twins’ only cosmetic? Answering this question is key to understanding what makes other rocky planets habitable and, ultimately, emerge with life.

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  • The Mysterious Event That Made Venus A Death Trap


    At one time long ago, the planet Venus had some similarities in its climate to that of Earth, and having the potential to be habitable for the existence of life, but something happened that made Venus an uninhabitable, rocky, desolate planet, but what? In today's video we're looking at Venus and what the quality of life would be there.

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    Why did Earth thrive and our sister planet, Venus, died? From the fires of a sun's birth... twin planets emerged. Then their paths diverged. Nature draped one world in the greens and blues of life. While enveloping the other in acid clouds... high heat... and volcanic flows. Why did Venus take such a disastrous turn?

    For as long as we have gazed upon the stars, they have offered few signs... that somewhere out there... are worlds as rich and diverse as our own. Recently, though, astronomers have found ways to see into the bright lights of nearby stars.

    They've been discovering planets at a rapid clip... using observatories like NASA's Kepler space telescope... A French observatory known as Corot ... .And an array of ground-based instruments. The count is approaching 500... and rising. These alien worlds run the gamut... from great gas giants many times the size of our Jupiter... to rocky, charred remnants that burned when their parent star exploded.

    Some have wild elliptical orbits... swinging far out into space... then diving into scorching stellar winds. Still others orbit so close to their parent stars that their surfaces are likely bathed in molten rock. Amid these hostile realms, a few bear tantalizing hints of water or ice... ingredients needed to nurture life as we know it. The race to find other Earths has raised anew the ancient question... whether, out in the folds of our galaxy, planets like our own are abundant... and life commonplace? Or whether Earth is a rare Garden of Eden in a barren universe?

    With so little direct evidence of these other worlds to go on, we have only the stories of planets within our own solar system to gauge the chances of finding another Earth. Consider, for example, a world that has long had the look and feel of a life-bearing planet. Except for the moon, there's no brighter light in our night skies than the planet Venus... known as both the morning and the evening star.

    The ancient Romans named it for their goddess of beauty and love. In time, the master painters transformed this classical symbol into an erotic figure. It was a scientist, Galileo Galilei, who demystified planet Venus... charting its phases as it moved around the sun, drawing it into the ranks of the other planets.

    With a similar size and weight, Venus became known as Earth's sister planet. But how Earth-like is it? The Russian scientist Mikkhail Lomonosov caught a tantalizing hint in 1761. As Venus passed in front of the Sun, he witnessed a hair thin luminescence on its edge.

    Venus, he found, has an atmosphere. Later observations revealed a thick layer of clouds. Astronomers imagined they were made of water vapor, like those on Earth. Did they obscure stormy, wet conditions below? And did anyone, or anything, live there?

    NASA sent Mariner 2 to Venus in 1962... in the first-ever close planetary encounter. Its instruments showed that Venus is nothing at all like Earth. Rather, it's extremely hot, with an atmosphere made up mostly of carbon dioxide.

    The data showed that Venus rotates very slowly... only once every 243 Earth days... and it goes in the opposite direction. American and Soviet scientists found out just how strange Venus is when they sent a series of landers down to take direct readings.

    Surface temperatures are almost 900 degrees Fahrenheit, hot enough to melt lead, with the air pressure 90 times higher than at sea level on Earth. The air is so thick that it's not a gas, but a supercritical fluid. Liquid CO2. On our planet, the only naturally occurring source is in the high-temperature, high-pressure environments of undersea volcanoes. It comes in handy for extracting caffeine from coffee beans... or drycleaning our clothes.

    You just wouldn't want to have to breathe it. The Soviet Venera landers sent back pictures showing that Venus is a vast garden of rock, with no water in sight. In fact, if you were to smooth out the surface of Venus, all the water in the atmosphere would be just 3 centimeters deep. Compare that to Earth... where the oceans would form a layer 3 kilometers deep.

    If you could land on Venus, you'd be treated to tranquil vistas and sunset skies, painted in orange hues. The winds are light, only a few miles per hour... but the air is so thick that a breeze would knock you over. Look up and you'd see fast-moving clouds... streaking around the planet at 300 kilometers per hour. These clouds form a dense high-altitude layer, from 45 to 66 kilometers above the surface.

    The clouds are so dense and reflective that Venus absorbs much less solar energy than Earth, even though it's 30% closer to the Sun.

  • A Tale of Two Planets


    As infant planets, Earth and Venus were almost twins, but today they are incredibly different worlds. What events led to their divergence and the development of radically different environments? |

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  • How Geography Doomed Venus


    Venus is often referred to as Earth's sister planet. But if this were true, how can the two planets in some respects be so radically different? Well as it turns out, the answer may in fact lie in the planet's geography, or really in the planet's LACK of geography.

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  • Venus 101 | The Hottest Planet In The Solar System


    EP2 In this brand new episode from the V101 mini-series The Planets 101, we explore the hellish world, Venus.

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    Unfortunately, this video contains a small mistake. Towards the end, I talk about Venus being the only planet that rotates clockwise. Although this is right, it is not entirely correct, because Uranus also rotates clockwise. However, Uranus is tilted so far over, that it's virtually spinning on its side, a bit like a rolling ball. I will cover the full details when I make Uranus 101. I apologise for the confusion that it may have caused. After all, I am only human. ????

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  • Venus: Warnings of a Doomed Planet


    Venus is virtually a twin of Earth in size, mass and bulk composition; much more like our planet than is Mars. Yet it has gone down a completely different – and deadly – evolutionary path. Experts share valuable lessons from Venus on the origins of life, acid rain, ozone loss, global warming and other questions. They make the passionate case for further exploring Earth’s “evil twin sister.”

  • Planet Tour: Venus


    Did you know that Venus is hotter than Mercury, despite being further away from the sun? High concentrations of carbon dioxide in Venus’ atmosphere works to produce an intense greenhouse effect! Learn more about Venus with our Planetarium Program Presenter, Jan Fiolka, as he takes his next stop on the tour of our solar system!

  • Scientists Profoundly Consider Planet Venus A Complete Oddity


    In recent years Scientists, astronomers, and physicists have discovered some amazing things about Venus, but in many ways it remains a complete oddity. There are so many unanswered questions and strange phenomena that we are still trying to work out, but, with new probes scheduled in the near future we might start finding answers that nobody expected. Surprisingly, despite its scorching heat, Venus is still known as “Earth’s twin” because of their similarities in size, gravity and it's similar surface material. Are we about to find even more similarities after the Venera-D mission concept aiming for a launch in 2026 or 2027 ?

  • Why Venus is so cold


    Venus is a mere 460°C, but basic radiative physics says it should be much hotter... If this kind of video interests you, check out educational website and app Brilliant, and get 20% off at

    In this video I look at why Venus is so cold, a paltry 460°C rather than the hundreds of thousands of degrees the greenhouse effect says it should be. With all that carbon dioxide in its atmosphere, and being so much closer to the Sun, why is Venus so cold?

    1) This number comes from this paper, which is a really useful resource on Venus all round
    2) Note this 0.0028K figure comes from 560K/200000 (that second figure being roughly the ratio of CO2 masses on Earth and Venus), which is incorrect because the greenhouse effect on Venus is around 580K, not 560K. As we see in the video though, this doesn't change any of our conclusions.
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    This video uses radiative physics to establish the climate of Venus, talking about how carbon dioxide generates a greenhouse effect, similar to other greenhouse gases. Yet if we are to believe the greenhouse effect of greenhouse gases on Earth, Venus is observed to be too cold!

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  • Venus - Earths Lost Twin


    If you look to the night sky, there is one object (besides the moon) that outshines the rest- our nearest neighbour planet, Venus. Today, Venus is a torrid, toxic planet, and very different to Earth. But the two planets share a similar size, mass and composition, and both are made out of the same materials- and we know think that Venus was once an Earth-like water world for billions of years. So why is Venus such a scorched wasteland today, while Earth has prevailed for billions of years?

    Could there be life on Venus? Scientists have discovered apparent evidence for phosphine molecules in Venus’ upper atmosphere clouds! Check out the article:

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  • NASAs return to Venus with DAVINCI mission explained


    NASA's Deep Atmosphere Venus Investigation of Noble-gases, Chemistry and Imaging + (DAVINCI+) mission will carry a suite of instruments and a descent probe to study the planet.

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  • 5 Interesting Facts about Planet VENUS


    5 Interesting Facts about Planet VENUS! This Planet, Venus may have been habitable as it is thought that Venus may have had Oceans, It is called the sister planet of earth. Venus is also the most visited planet with over 40 Spacecrafts visiting the planet.

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    In this episode we are going to be looking at Venus. So, let's begin. Did you know that Venus was named after the Roman goddess of Love and Beauty? Venus is the second planet from the sun and is the 6th largest planet. It is the second brightest natural object in Earth's night sky after the moon, and on rare occasions visible to the naked eye during day light.

    Although Venus is known as the sister planet to earth because of its similar size and mass, it is very different to earth in other aspects. It has a dense atmosphere, making it the hottest planet with temperatures of 462º C.

    Venus is covered in dense layer of reflective clouds, thus preventing the visibility of its surface from space. However, according to NASA, early in Venus' history, the planet may have been habitable with shallow oceans of water, cooler surface temperature and a thiner earth like atmosphere.

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    1. under the thick clouds of Venus the surface is covered with valleys, mountains and thousands of volcanoes.
    2. The time it takes for the light to reach Venus from sun is approximately 6 minutes, whereas on earth it takes about 8 minutes.
    3. Venus has a retrograde rotation, moving in the opposite direction than most other planets.
    4.Venus is the most visited planet, with over 40 Spacecrafts exploring it.
    5. The dense clouds are made of sulphuric acid extending for about 90 km above the surface of Venus.

  • Venus Rediscovered: An Astrobiological or Astrophysical Frontier?


    Tuesday, June 29 at 8 pm ET, discover what we know — and don’t know — about Earth’s enigmatic “sister,” Venus featuring NASA Goddard chief scientist Dr. James Garvin. Register: 

    Venus remains Earth’s enigmatic “sister,” potentially hiding secrets about the limits of habitability, loss of oceans, and extreme climate change. It has been decades since humanity last visited Venus’s massive atmosphere and reached its inhospitable surface and NASA recently selected two new missions to explore our planetary neighbor.

    James B. Garvin, chief scientist at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center and Principal Investigator of the upcoming DAVINCI mission (Deep Atmosphere Venus Investigation of Noble gases, Chemistry, and Imaging) to Venus, will share how the foreboding Venus of today is poised to share its secrets in the upcoming decades as a new window on our solar system and beyond.

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  • Welcome to Tonight - Venus


    A planetarium show about Venus featuring presenter Jess Jones from PDSC and the WSU Planetarium.

  • Signs of Life Found on Venus I NOVA I PBS


    The gas phosphine, made on Earth by microbial life forms, was found in Venus' atmosphere. Could this mean there's life in our planetary neighbor's clouds?

    Get the inside story from scientists Sara Seager and Clara Sousa-Silva on how the discovery was made, what it means, and what comes next.

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  • Learn about Planet Venus from Nihal


    Venus is the second planet from the Sun. It is named after the Roman goddess of love and beauty. As the second-brightest natural object in the night sky after the Moon, Venus can cast shadows and can be, on rare occasion, visible to the naked eye in broad daylight. Venus lies within Earth's orbit, and so never appears to venture far from the Sun, either setting in the west just after dusk or rising in the east a bit before dawn. Venus orbits the Sun every 224.7 Earth days. With a rotation period of 243 Earth days, it takes longer to rotate about its axis than any other planet in the Solar System and does so in the opposite direction to all but Uranus (meaning the Sun rises in the west and sets in the east). Venus does not have any moons, a distinction it shares only with Mercury among planets in the Solar System. (Source: Wiki)

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  • Mysteries of Venus: From Crust to Core


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  • Venus The Lonely Planet


    I heard a poem the other day about Venus and how it looks so lonely in the night sky. Just like the thousands of people who are on their own at the moment, during this terrible time. I was so moved, I came up with this.

  • Life On Venus? We Joked!


    Life on Venus? We joked!
    Do you remember last September 14th? That day the scientific world was shaken by really unexpected news. It seemed that in the cloud cover surrounding the planet Venus a substance, phosphine, had been discovered, which here on Earth is produced only by processes of biological origin. If confirmed, this would have led to an astonishing conclusion: there is life on Venus!
    Microbial life, of course, but it would have been truly epoch-making news... After decades of searching for a sign of alien life on Mars, the planet most similar to the Earth in terms of environmental conditions, the miracle happens in the infernal atmosphere of Venus!
    Is it possible? If it were true, that would be proof that life can settle anywhere, even in the most hostile environments of the Solar System...
    So there was great enthusiasm... but just a month and a half later, something began to go wrong...
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    What went wrong? Well, to understand it, it's better to go through the story very briefly first (which is already covered in our video: Life forms on Venus?).
    On 14 September last, an international team of astronomers led by astrophysicist Jane Greaves announced that they had detected traces of phosphine, a toxic gas composed of phosphorous and hydrogen (PH3), in the Venusian atmosphere, in quantities a thousand times greater than those found in the Earth's atmosphere.
    To succeed, the team used the observations of two different radio telescopes: the James Clerk Maxwell Telescope in Hawaii and the Atacama Large Millimeter / submillimeter Array in Chile, which showed a characteristic absorption of light at a specific wavelength corresponding to that of phosphine.
    On Earth, phosphine is produced almost entirely by microbes and only negligible traces come from non-biological processes; and the amount of phosphine found on Venus is much greater than what could theoretically be produced by non-biological mechanisms. Phosphine can be produced by lightning or cosmic rays hitting the upper atmosphere, but these small amounts are destroyed as quickly as they are created. In short, something on Venus is producing phosphine much faster than it can be destroyed - ten thousand to one million times faster. What can it be?
    In the article, published in the scientific journal Nature Astronomy, the authors list the different geochemical and atmospheric mechanisms potentially responsible for the presence of the molecule and discard them all one after the other, concluding in the end that phosphine is most likely produced by microorganisms that have colonized the more temperate part of Venus' atmosphere.
    The key to everything lies in that most likely... Jane Greaves is convinced of the goodness of her observations, but of course she also knows that the discovery must be confirmed by other researchers and other data before being consigned to history.
    Planet scientist Carl Sagan, who was the first to speculate about the possibility of microbial life on Venus back in the 1960s, loved to say that extraordinary claims demand extraordinary evidence. Extraordinary evidence that in this case, as the authors themselves acknowledge, does not exist at the moment.
    But one could also say that extraordinary affirmations create extraordinary expectations! And, despite the enormous caution with which Greaves presents her discovery to the world, the media immediately take over the news, fuelling the enthusiasm of millions of people fascinated by the problem of life in the universe.

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  • Investigating The Atmosphere Of Planet Venus


    The atmosphere of Venus is the layer of gases surrounding Venus. It is composed primarily of carbon dioxide and is much denser and hotter than that of Earth.

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  • Animation: Zooming In on Venus


    This animation shows an artistic impression of our Solar System neighbor Venus, where scientists have confirmed the detection of phosphine molecules, a representation of which is shown in the inset towards the end of the video. The molecules were detected in the Venusian high clouds in data from the James Clerk Maxwell Telescope and the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array, in which ESO is a partner. Astronomers have speculated for decades that life could exist in Venus’s high clouds. The detection of phosphine could point to such extra-terrestrial “aerial” life.

    Credit: ESO/M. Kornmesser/L. Calçada & NASA/JPL/Caltech

  • The Radio Signals From Venus


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