Sandra Brown 9/17/2020
NASA is preparing two expeditions to Venus
After scientists found traces of the vital activity of microorganisms in the atmosphere of Venus in the United States, they announced plans to study this information in more detail.
The US National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) may approve one or two missions to Venus to search for life by April 2021.
Reported by Reuters.
NASA may approve Davinci + and Veritas missions. They were included in the list of four programs in February, selected in a small space missions competition for a grant of $500 million.
Recall that on September 14, a group of scientists from Massachusetts University of Technology (USA) and Cardiff University (UK) announced the discovery of phosphine on Venus, a gas that may be of biological origin.
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