After the discoveries about the phosphane in the atmosphere of Venus, Russia announced its intention to launch a space mission to Venus to search lifetime in this planet.
The head of the special agency Roscosmos, Dimitri Rogozin, confirmed that the exploration of Venus will resume in conjunction with the United States thanks to the mission Venerda-D, but they will also launch their own solo projects.
The missions will be in development between 2021 and 2030 as part of the unified state program of space activities of the Russian government, with which, among other things, it will seek to obtain samples land of Venus to analyze them in the land.
Different scientists have launched different investigations to explain the presence of phosphane on Venus, which is an element that has only been found through biological processes of what we recognize as “lifetime”.
However, theories are being aimed at recognizing how this compound can occur in non-biological conditions to give an explanation to its appearance before recognizing that these signs of life necessarily represent the existence of activity microbial.
The POT and the other space research systems in the world have gone to work to solve this problem and one of the ways to get through this problem is with a space exploration mission as intended by the Russian and US governments.
It is said that what was found in the atmosphere of Venus could change the history of science, because it can represent the discovery of different life forms that develop in environments such as the Venusian and, on the other hand, also the recognition of non-biological processes that give rise to the phosphane.
It seems that the future of space science development will be focused on developing a method to explore Venus in a concrete way, although programs and projects focused on Mars are already running.