Chapter of National administration office on aeronautics and space research considered as "an important event" phosphene detection in the atmosphere of Venus

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Phosphene detection (gas which is developed by some live organisms. — RBC) in the atmosphere of Venus is "the most important event" for all the time of searches of evidence of hypothetical existence of extraterrestrial life. Such opinion was expressed in Twitter chapter of National administration office on aeronautics and space research by James Frederick Braydenstayn. "Life on Venus? Detection of phosphene, collateral products anaerobic biology, is the most important event in creation of convincing arguments in favor of existence of extraterrestrial life" — Braydenstayn wrote. On June 14 group of astronomers from State of Massachusetts and Kardiffaopublikovala in Nauchny zhurnal Nature Astronomy...

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