This week, scientists announced that they have detected phosphine in the atmosphere of Venus. On Earth, that gas is produced by microbial life. While we don’t know what is causing its presence on Venus, life may not be required to explain its presence. Join us as we discuss this discovery with Dr. Sukrit Ranjan, one of the co-authors of the paper.

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