Apr 19, 03 / Apr 13, 19 06:46 UTC
A search of extraterrestrial microbial life in the clouds of the Venus.
In the search for extraterrestrial life, Scientists have tried to explore celestial bodies like mars, which suggested that it had geological features and still has subsurface of liquid water, an almost approx condition for life. Scientists have also tried to search for the same course in Saturn's moons Titan and Enceladus as well as Jupiter's moons Europa, Ganymede and Callisto with a possibility for life in the oceans under their icy crusts. Now, scientists are getting much interest in the clouds of Venus in the hunt for life. The habitability of Venus' clouds was first noted by biophysicist Harold Morowitz in 1967 and famed astronomer Carl Sagan. Decades later, the planetary scientists David Grinspoon, Mark Bullock and their colleagues expanded on the idea. An international team of researchers led by planetary scientist Sanjay Limaye of the University of Wisconsin–Madison's Space Science and Engineering Center published a paper online on March 30, 2018, in the journal Astrobiology, according to which it lays out a case for the atmosphere of Venus as a possibility for extraterrestrial microbial life. A composite image of the planet Venus as seen by the Japanese probe Akatsuki. Image Credit: Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency. Here is the link for the research paper: https://www.liebertpub.com/doi/10.1089/ast.2017.1783
Apr 19, 03 / Apr 13, 19 23:02 UTC
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Apr 20, 03 / Apr 14, 19 04:59 UTC
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Apr 20, 03 / Apr 14, 19 05:07 UTC
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