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Phosphine detected in the atmosphere of Venus  

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Cody
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September 14, 2020 16:38  

Microbes on Venus? Who knows...

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September 15, 2020 13:12  

In fact Venus, is more hospitable that many think. In certain altitudes above the surface, pressure and temperature are very similar to earth, and the presence of atmosphere, protects from solar and cosmic radiation. If you have a "floating" platform to stand, you can live wearing only breathing aparatus.


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Gaius Konstantine
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September 17, 2020 02:44  
Posted by: @cody

Microbes on Venus?

Fascinating isn't it?

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. If you have a "floating" platform to stand, you can live wearing only breathing aparatus.

Visions of cloud city in my head. Floating habitats has been proposed by a number of scientists as a more viable way to colonise the planet... though I would hate to be on one in case of power failure.


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September 17, 2020 08:18  
Posted by: @gaius-konstantine

Visions of cloud city in my head.

Cloudbase?

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September 18, 2020 09:04  

Looks like Rocket Lab have a small-payload mission in the works for Venus (2023). That'd be cool!

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