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Astronomers Challenge Recent Findings About Venus. “No Statistically Significant Detection...

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    Astronomers Challenge Recent Findings About Venus. “No Statistically Significant Detection of Phosphine”
    by Evan Gough

    In September, a team of scientists reported finding phosphine in the upper atmosphere of Venus. Phosphine can be a biomarker and is here on Earth. But it’s also present on Jupiter, where it’s produced abiotically. The discovery led to conjecture about what kind of life might survive in Venus’ atmosphere, continually producing the easily-degraded phosphine. …

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