1. This gas on Venus could be a new sign of life  Verge Science
  2. Unexplained Chemical Process Detected in Venus's Clouds; Scientists Debate If it's a Sign of Life  The Weather Channel
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Scientists have indicated the presence of phosphine gas on Venus.Highlights: Venus reaches very high

Phosphine detected in the atmosphere of Venus, an indication of possible life! – Scientists point to the existence of life on the planet Venus. – Kewaskum Statesman News Journal

Inside the acidic clouds of Venus that contribute to the planet being called a “veritable hellscape,” there is a new noxious gas that experts think could hint at a very big discovery on the horizon. Loren Grush of The Verge wrote on Monday that the find could be pointing at a sign of life. The …

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