Venus Science News

Evidence for Phosphine in Pioneer-Venus Data

An independent team has revisited archived Pioneer-Venus data and analyzed the gas fragments measured at 51 km altitude. Among the many results is evidence for phosphine gas, primarily by detection…
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ALMA recalibrated Venus data

Due to intense and expected scientific scrutiny, the ALMA Observatory carefully checked the data processing and found a problem with the way they used Jupiter’s moon Calisto for the Venus…
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Venus Life Finder Study Kick Off Meeting

75 of the world’s leading scientists and engineers, in fields including Astrobiology, Chemistry and Spacecraft Design, met virtually on Friday 18th September 2020 for the Venus Life Finder Study Kick-Off Meeting.…
Venus Life Finder mission

Phosphine Discovery in the Venusian Atmosphere

On September 14, 2020 Dr. Jane Greaves of Cardiff University announced the detected phosphine in Venus’ atmosphere using the James Clerk Maxwell Telescope (JCMT) in Hawaii, and the Atacama Large…
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