New York: Scientists looking for life on the planet Venus have seen a new silver lining. Life expectancy has increased due to the availability of phosphine gas on Venus planet. However, much research remains to be done. According to scientists, 96 percent carbon dioxide is present on Venus, but the finding of phosphine is extraordinary.
Presence of phosphine gas detected
According to this report, the presence of phosphine gas in the clouds of Venus has been detected by two telescopes located in Hawaii and Chile of USA (USA). Phosphine gas is produced on Earth when bacteria emit oxygen in an atmosphere without its presence. Bacteria are proof of life, but scientists say that the presence of only phosphine gas is not 100% proof of life on the planet Venus.
Venus is very different
Venus is called Hell in the Bible. According to information on the planet Venus, there is 96% carbon dioxide in the atmosphere there. The temperature of Venus is more than 400 ° C, that is, the temperature at which the pizza cooks in the oven. That is why if you set foot on the planet Venus, in a few seconds you will start boiling. In such a situation, even if there is life on Venus, we can only hope to meet 50 kilometers above it.
Report published in Nature Astranomy
Venus, where the heat of life burns to 800 degrees Fahrenheit, where life-threatening poisonous gases are in the atmosphere, where hot lava rivers flow. Scientists have given the good news of life about the same Venus. The research science journal of the team of scientists doing research on the solar system has been published in Nature Astronomy.
Consider the possibilities of life on Venus
Australian scientist Alan Duffy said on the discovery that this is the most exciting sign of the existence of life on a planet other than Earth and the way life's possibilities are being discovered on other planets, the focus on Venus needed.
ISRO going to send ISRO
So why is this gas on Venus and that too 50 kilometers above the planet's surface? This is the biggest question in front of scientists, which is being tried to find the answer. India's space agency ISRO is also preparing to send Shukrayan 1, so that important information about life and environment can be collected there.