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NASA is returning to Venus, where surface temperatures are 470°C. Will we find life when we get there?

By Gail Iles, Senior Lecturer in Physics, RMIT University
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Venus wouldn't attract much attention if it were outside our solar system. Its skies are filled with sulphuric acid, its land abounds with extinct volcanoes and its surface is mostly red hot lava.

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