Last month, an international team of astronomers announced they had detected traces of a gas in the Venusian atmosphere that, according to our understanding of the radiation-bombarded planet, shouldn’t be there. ...
Last month, an international team of astronomers announced they had detected traces of a gas in the Venusian atmosphere that, according to our understanding of the radiation-bombarded ...
The detection of phosphine gas in the clouds of Venus—a possible sign of life—might be due to a fluke in data processing, new analyses suggest.
The discovery of a molecule in the atmosphere of Venus linked to life could boost the prospects for both government and private missions.
Following a tantalizing discovery, these spacecraft could be headed to Earth’s twisted twin in search of the truth
The discovery of phosphine Venus' atmosphere has everyone excited. Scientists are already looking ahead to a mission to Venus to study it more closely.
Detecting phosphine in Venus’ atmosphere made headlines, but reanalyses and new searches call into question the original discovery of the molecule.
After years of neglect, Earth’s other neighbor is back in the spotlight following a major discovery. A private rocket company may be the first to visit.
As Earth's twin, Venus offers much in the search for life and habitable worlds.
In many ways, Venus shows us an Earth that could have been; the twin that grew up in a different environment.
Venus is hot right now, and not just because its hellacious surface temperatures can melt lead. After a recent surprise discovery of a molecule associated with life in the planet’s ...