Vida em Vênus?

SHOTLIST CARDIFF, PAÍS DE GALES, REINO UNIDO16 DE SETEMBRO DE 2020FONTE: AFPTV VIA ZOOM 1. SONORA 1 - Dr Annabel Cartwright, co-author of the article (mulher, English, 12 seg.): "I think it's so exciting and I mean from a personal point of view, just having been very interested in Venus and the possibility of life being on Venus many millions of years ago. I was just tickled pink to actually see this result come through." IN SPACE, INDEFINIDO14 DE SETEMBRO DE 2020FONTE: EUROPEAN SOUTHERN OBSERVATORYRESTRIÇÕES: RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / European Southern Observatory / NASA / M. Kornmesser/L. Calcada" - NO MARKETING - NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS 2. Foto A handout photo made available on September 14, 2020 by the European Southern Observatory shows an artistic impression depicting our Solar System neighbour Venus, where scientists have confirmed the detection of phosphine molecules, a representation of which is shown in the inset. CARDIFF, PAÍS DE GALES, REINO UNIDO16 DE SETEMBRO DE 2020FONTE: AFPTV VIA ZOOM 3. SONORA 2 - Dr Annabel Cartwright, co-author of the article (mulher, English, 31 seg.): "Phosphine is a difficult gas to make, it doesn't just crop up and then hang around. As soon as it's been made, it tends to want to just disappear, it fades away. So the fact you can see it in the atmosphere of Venus means something must be producing it otherwise it would just vanish. And on Earth, the way that phosphine is produced other than in the industry, is by microbes operating in anarobic environments, that is places where there is no oxygen." IN SPACE, INDEFINIDO14 DE SETEMBRO DE 2020FONTE: EUROPEAN SOUTHERN OBSERVATORYRESTRIÇÕES: RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / European Southern Observatory / NASA / M. Kornmesser/L. Calcada" - NO MARKETING - NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS 4. Foto A handout photo made available on September 14, 2020 by the European Southern Observatory shows an artistic impression depicting our Solar System neighbour Venus, where scientists have confirmed the detection of phosphine molecules, a representation of which is shown in the inset. 5. Foto A handout photo made available on September 14, 2020 by the European Southern Observatory shows an artistic impression depicting our Solar System neighbour Venus, where scientists have confirmed the detection of phosphine molecules, a representation of which is shown in the inset. 6. Foto A handout photo made available on September 14, 2020 by the European Southern Observatory shows an artistic impression depicting our Solar System neighbour Venus, where scientists have confirmed the detection of phosphine molecules, a representation of which is shown in the inset. CARDIFF, PAÍS DE GALES, REINO UNIDO16 DE SETEMBRO DE 2020FONTE: AFPTV VIA ZOOM 7. SONORA 3 - Dr Annabel Cartwright, co-author of the article (mulher, English, 33 seg.): "The more you look at life on Earth, the more you appreciate all the different things that have to be just right to enable us to live here, and evolve and feed ourselves... It's a fascinating area, and you just have such a respect for the planet if you start looking into all of this. And if it turns out that Venus was habitable and had life on it but now it doesn't anymore that's quite chastening, it makes you feel even more so that you need to take care of our home."