1. Phosphine found in the Venus atmosphere, could be signs of 'aerial life' in planet's clouds  Firstpost
  2. Phosphine discovery could threaten Venus.  Slate
  3. Venus, once billed as Earth's twin, is a hothouse (and a tantalizing target in the search for life)  Space.com
  4. The search for alien life on Venus is getting a new funding boost  CNET
  5. Scientists Wonder About Possible Sign of Life on Venus  VOA Learning English
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A chemically-synthesized bioweapon and agricultural fumigant, phosphine in also naturally made by some anaerobic microbes in low oxygen environments.A chemically-synthesized bioweapon and agricultural fumigant, phosphine in also naturally made by some anaerobic microbes in low oxygen environments.

Phosphine found in the Venus atmosphere, could be signs of 'aerial life' in planet's clouds- Technology News, Firstpost

The question of potential life in the clouds of Venus may demand a return to Earth's twin to better understand habitability throughout the universe.Our view of Venus has evolved from a dinosaur-rich swamp world to a planet where life may hide in the clouds.

Venus, once billed as Earth's twin, is a hothouse (and a tantalizing target in the search for life) | Space

Extraterrestrial life could be much nearer than anticipated — on Venus, which has the most hostile surface in the solar system. Extraterrestrial life could be much nearer than anticipated — on Venus, which has the most hostile surface in the solar system.

Vital sign | The Indian Express

by Monica Grady, The Open University Earth’s sister planet, Venus, has not been regarded as a high priority in the search for life. Its surface temperature of around 450°C is thought to be hostile to even the hardiest of micro-organisms, and its thick, sulphurous and acidic atmosphere has kept th

Here’s what’s actually going on in the new reports about possible life on Venus – Alternet.org

Life on Venus - Wikipedia

A day after potential biosignatures in clouds above our neighboring planet were announced, a major funder is throwing cash into investigating further.A day after potential biosignatures in clouds above our neighboring planet were announced, a major funder is throwing cash into investigating further.

The search for alien life on Venus is getting a new funding boost - CNET

Astronomers are interested in a chemical they found in clouds over the planet Venus. The chemical phosphine is a sign of life on Earth. The scientists admit they need more evidence to prove the existence of life on Venus.Astronomers are interested in a chemical they found in clouds over the planet Venus. The chemical phosphine is a sign of life on Earth. The scientists admit they need more evidence to prove the existence of life on Venus.

Scientists Wonder About Possible Sign of Life on Venus

"Venus deserves a promotion": Move over, Mars — Venus research is more exciting than it's ever beenMove over, Mars: Venus research is more exciting than it's ever been before

Life changes overnight for researchers who specialize in Venus | Salon.com

Private New Zealand-based space company Rocket Lab is already working on sending a probe to Venus's atmosphere to look for signs of life.Private New Zealand-based space company Rocket Lab is already working on sending a probe to Venus's atmosphere to look for signs of life.

Life on Venus? This Rocket Company Is Already Planning a Mission to Have a Closer Look

Private New Zealand-based space company Rocket Lab is already working on sending a probe to Venus's atmosphere to look for signs of life.Private New Zealand-based space company Rocket Lab is already working on sending a probe to Venus's atmosphere to look for signs of life.

Life on Venus? This Rocket Company Is Already Planning a Mission to Have a Closer Look

“Something weird is happening” in the clouds of the planet next door—but some experts are raising doubts about the quality of the data.

Possible sign of life on Venus stirs up heated debate

Astronomers have found a gas in the atmosphere of the planet Venus, indicating there is life. The name of that gas is Phosphine, see this report for more information. Watch video on Zee NewsAstronomers have found a gas in the atmosphere of the planet Venus, indicating there is life. The name of that gas is Phosphine, see this report for more information. Watch video on Zee News

Signs of life found on Venus | Zee News

Our minds were blown yesterday as a team of researchers reported on the discovery of phosphine in the atmosphere of Venus — a potential sign of life. The discovery will undoubtedly renew scientific interest in our closest planetary neighbour. Here’s what should happen next, and how scientists could confirm —...

Now That Venus Is a Candidate for Alien Life, What's Next?