Scientists using a radio telescope in Chile and another in Hawaii scanned planet Venus for phosphine gas to show the planet's limits — but it turned out not to have the limits scientists thought. Could this mean there's life on Venus?
Venus is named for the Roman goddess of love and beauty, but its conditions are not for the faint of heart. With its blistering-hot temperatures, rocky surface and poisonous clouds, the planet has long been dismissed as a potential host for life. But these new findings could change all that. Mike Armstrong reports.
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