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SCW NEWSWATCH: "Rare molecule in Venus' atmosphere could be sign of life" - UPI

"... [S]cientists have confirmed the presence of phosphine molecules, featuring hydrogen and phosphorus, inside Venusian clouds -- a possible signature of airborne, extra-terrestrial life. Astronomers initially discovered the molecule using Hawaii's James Clerk Maxwell Telescope. After the discovery, researchers used the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array, in Chile, to gather additional observations. .... Observations using ALMA failed to reveal the phosphine signature in great detail, but the observatory's images did confirm the molecule's presence in Venusian clouds.. ..."

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