Russia’s Space Agency Declared That Venus Is a Russian Planet

Just days following the likely discovery of life on Venus, Russia’s Space Agency has just made the astonishingly striking claim that Venus is a “Russian planet.”

 Keep on reading to see what they had to say…It’s one of the most important questions considered by mankind…

What is out there ahead of Planet Earth? We surely can’t be the only living class of life in our solar system…

And it’s exciting to think of what probably could be living out there. There have already been ideas that there is life on our nearby planet, Mars.

NASA has been working great on research encircling life on Mars for some years now, and since the invention of running water on the planet, it seems moderately feasible that there is some form of life… even if it’s just a species of plant! And even though we aren’t yet equipped to travel to Mars…

It seems that in the future, we will eventually be able to visit the planet and see precisely what is going on. But what about all of the additional planets in our solar system?

Well, it sets out that Mars now isn’t the only one with evidence of life forms!. Reports are in that there have been indications of life on the planet Venus.

Scientists announced last week that they have discovered evidence of gas in the Venusian atmosphere that, according to everything they know about Venus, shouldn’t be there. They analyzed many definitions for what could be generating the gas, which is known as phosphine…

And they finally decided on an analysis guided by what they know about our own planet.

On Earth, phosphine – a toxic gas – is created by microorganisms. Phosphine gas is produced on Earth by microbes…

And as far as we understand phosphine can only be produced by life – whether human or microbe – suggesting colonies of living microbes have been living in an oxygen-free atmosphere in Venus’s atmosphere. This, therefore, strongly recommends that there is some form of life on Venus…