Serhat TUNAR -TDO- In an article published in the scientific journal Nature Astronomy, experts announced that they have detected a gas called phosphine , in which microbes can live in acid-charged clouds located in Venus ' atmosphere, which is a sign of life similar to Earth. Phosphine gas, consisting of phosphorus and 3 hydrogen atoms, is known to be a highly toxic gas for humans, although it is suitable for the life of microbes.
The published article stated that there is no actual life form on Venus in which living things can survive, but that phosphine gas on earth is produced by bacteria that develop in oxygen-free environments, which bears a resemblance to the structure on earth.
Astronomers first discovered the phosphine findings with the James Clerk Maxwell Telescope in Hawaii. The research was later confirmed by the Atacama Large Millimeter Aray radio telescope located in Chile.