14 septiembre 2020

Resonant find: announce that there are possible signs of life on Venus

A colorless, flammable gas that explodes at room temperature and smells of garlic Credit would have been detected in the Venusian clouds.

 

The Royal Astronomical Society uncovered the secret of social media: an international team discovered traces of a gas compatible with the existence of life in the upper layers of the atmosphere of a neighbor very close to Earth: Venus.

At a press conference broadcast via YouTube he released this finding, which he called «revolutionary» and the news has already traveled the planet: an international team detected «phosphine» or «phosphane» in the Venusian clouds, a colorless, flammable gas that explodes at room temperature and smells of garlic. But, and here’s the most important thing, it’s naturally shaped by the degradation of organic matter.