Scientists have observed the possibility of life on Venus

Astronomers looking through a telescope have detected a gas called phosphine in Venus’s acidic clouds, speculating that the planet may have signs of life, U.S. media reported. On Earth, phosphorus is found in human intestines, animal feces and other animals and microbes. It is so toxic that it has been used by the military as a chemical weapon, on farms as a fumigant, and in the killing of Walter White, the character of the TELEVISION series “Breaking Bad.” However, the presence of phosphine on Venus is only an observation and no samples have been collected, which has yet to be proved. (Reporter Zhou Chunmei)