Venus’ Clouds Could Harbor Alien Life, But NASA Needs to Investigate

The surface conditions on Venus might be too hostile to host life, but that doesn’t mean its clouds can’t offer a sweet hideaway. Astronomers have published a case for the planet’s atmosphere as a possible host for extraterrestrial microbial life.

The feasibility of life on Venus’ clouds was first raised by biophysicist Harold Morowitz and astronomer Carl Sagan in 1967. While the idea has been discussed for decades, researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Space Science...

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