Phosphine detected in the atmosphere of Venus

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Phosphine detected in the atmosphere of Venus

Post #1by Daly » 14.09.2020, 18:09

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Post #2by Gurren Lagann » 14.09.2020, 19:42

Not everyone in the world speaks spanish, so...
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Post #3by SevenSpheres » 14.09.2020, 20:07

Daly wrote:What is your opinion about this
Gurren Lagann wrote:Not everyone in the world speaks spanish, so...

Here's an article on the Venus phosphine detection in English. Should probably have been posted as a separate thread though.

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