Scientists confirm there is no life on Venus

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Scientists have confirmed that there is no life on Venus.

A new scientific study has found that the amount of water within the clouds is too low for life to thrive.

Venus is the second planet from the Sun and is the brightest natural object in Earth’s night sky after the Moon.

Last year, a different group of scientists released a study which added hope to the theory that there’s been life on Venus because they had found a phosphine gas in its atmosphere.

On Earth, phosphine gas is important for life. However, scientists think the large amount of sulphuric acid within Venus’ clouds means life is unlikely.

Nasa and the European Space Agency have recently announced three missions to Venus in the coming years.

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