Chapter of National administration office on aeronautics and space research commented on phosphene detection in the atmosphere of Venus

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James Frederick Braydenstayn called it an important event for searches of possible existence of extraterrestrial life. "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" — wrote chapter National administration office on aeronautics and space research to Twitter. Fosfin in clouds of Venus scientists from State of Massachusetts and Cardiff found earlier. The result of researches was published in Nauchny zhurnal Nature. It is colourless poisonous gas. On Earth it is allocated anaerobic...

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