On June 3, according to media reports,Scientists have detected phosphine in the atmosphere of Venus, which may be a sign of extraterrestrial life.
Venus may have had oceans in the past, but all of them evaporated as runaway greenhouse effects caused temperatures to rise, the report said.Water is most likely to be decomposed into hydrogen and oxygen due to the lack of planetary magnetic field, while free hydrogen is blown away by the solar wind and escapes into interstellar space.
To explore the mystery of Venus, NASA announced on June 2 local time that it will carry out two missions to explore Venus from 2028 to 2030,To study the atmospheric and geological characteristics of Venus, each project will receive about $500 million.
Information shows that Venus is an earth like planet similar to the earth, known as the Sister star of the earth.
Among the eight major planets in the solar system, it is the second planet from the sun, with an orbit cycle of 224.7 days and no natural satellite.
Venus was called Taibai, star or DAHAO in ancient China. It appeared in the East in the morning, called Qiming, and in the West in the evening, called Changgeng.
The space exploration of planets in the solar system started from Venus. Since the 1960s, people have poured great enthusiasm and exploration competition into revealing the secrets of Venus.
So far, more than 40 probes have been sent to or passed by Venus, and a large amount of scientific information about Venus has been obtained.
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