Venus hints life in its unsettled clouds as extraterrestrial life relinquished all kinds of rocks. For example Mars have geological characteristics that indicate it once contained subsurface liquid water, a precondition of life.
Scientists have also observed Saturn’s moon Titan and Enceladus as well as Jupiter’s moons Europa, Ganymede and Callisto as potential habitats for life in the ocean beneath their icy crusts. Now scientists are examining an old idea that assures a novel prospect in the search for life beyond Earth, the clouds of Venus.
An international team of researchers led by planetary scientist Sanjay Limaye of the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Space Science and Engineering Center disburses instance for the atmosphere of Venus as a potential alcove for extraterrestrial microbial life.
Limaye said that Venus has had plethora of time to spread life on its own. Some models propose Venus once possessed a habitable climate with liquid water on its exterior dating back to 2 billion years. That was much longer than the extent of habitability on Mars.
On Earth terrestrial microorganisms mostly bacteria have the capacity of being whizz into the atmosphere where they have been rendered extant at altitudes as high as 41 kilometers (25 miles) by scientists utilizing particularly furnished balloons according to study co-author David J. Smith of NASA’s Ames Research Center.
There is also an increasing inventory of microbes known to occupy spectacularly jarring habitats on our planet involving the hot springs of Yellowstone, deep ocean hydrothermal vents, the toxic sludge of polluted areas, and in acidic lakes globally.