Phosphine biomarker Discovered in Venus’ Atmosphere

Today an international team of scientists led by Jane Greaves of Cardiff University in the UK announced the discovery of phosphine (PH3) in the atmosphere of our neighboring planet Venus — a detection made using data from ground-based telescopes located in Hawaii and Chile. On Earth, phosphine is created for industrial uses in labs and by […]

Phosphine Discovery in Venus’ Atmosphere Raises the Big Question of Life — Lights in the Dark

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One Response to “Phosphine biomarker Discovered in Venus’ Atmosphere”

  1. Meier Corroboration #204 | Cosmic Love Says:

    […] Outer Space, Inner Spirit « Phosphine biomarker Discovered in Venus’ Atmosphere […]

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