Have you ever wondered the Life on Venus?, Your answer is obviously “No”. As we all know that Venus is the second planet in the solar system and it is near to the Earth. Venus is the brightest star after the sun and the moon which is easily noticeable. Venus shines bright in the morning or in the evening sky. The planet is smaller than earth. The surface of Venus is not similar to earth rather it is covered with craters, mountains, volcanoes.
The surface of Venus is not visible due to the thick layer of clouds, this thick layer acts as a blanket and the carbon dioxide traps most of the sun’s heat, this has caused the temperature of the planet to surge 465o C. Hence Venus is even hotter than Mercury.
Venus has similar specs as that of earth and they have similar rock composition. The surface temperature is hotter as compared to Earths, the air present there is drier than the driest places on the earth. However, the temperature ranges from -1o C to 93o C between 48 to 60 km above the surface.
Scientists revealed that they have detected a trace of phosphine gas in the clouds of Venus. The phosphine gas on Earth is a toxic and stinky gas that is produced by microorganisms. Phosphine is a chemical compound made up of one atom of phosphorous and three atoms of hydrogen, scientists have also spotted it on Jupiter and Saturn. There is no direct evidence of living organisms as it is present in the clouds there must be some sort of aerial life in Venus Clouds.