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NASA considers Venus mission after discovery of potential evidence of life beyond Earth – ABC News

A robotic probe could be sent to Venus to determine whether it harbours life if the proposed science mission wins over a NASA panel currently reviewing four planetary pursuits.

  • NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine said it was “time to prioritise Venus” in light of the gas discovery
  • One option NASA is currently considering would send a probe into Venusian atmosphere
  • An astrobiologist involved in the Venus mission says selections should be responsive to recent discoveriesClick here to view the original article.
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