Life on Venus? Everything you need to know about the big discovery

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Phosphine, a gas that is produced on Earth only by biological processes, has been spotted in the atmosphere of Venus

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A team of researchers have used two of the biggest telescopes on Earth to find signs of phosphine gas on Venus – a compound that is only produced by living creatures on Earth. We don’t know any way to make this gas non-biologically on Venus.

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