Soviet spacecraft Venus-13 captures life on Venus

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US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — Scientists from around the world have been trying for decades to find signs of life on Venus. According to a Russian expert, the Venus-13 apparatus was able to capture signs of life on the planet’s surface 40 years ago.

The Soviet probe was sent into space in 1981. All data was strictly classified in connection with the then aggravated relations with America. In 1969, the United States sent the first two people to the moon as part of the Apollo 11 program.

After 30 years, an article by the scientist Leonid Xanfomality appeared in the journal Solar Syste mResearch, which cited evidence of life on Venus. He relied on pictures taken just by Venus-13. Something moving was seen on the surface of the planet. The question arises why no one had paid attention to unique frames before.

A creature approaching a probe is like a crab. Christopher Orwell, a professor of naval sciences in the United States, in turn, denies the findings of the Russian scientist. Various studies have shown that what they saw is just a lens cap from the probe’s camera. At the same time, another specialist, astrophysicist Hakeem Oluseyi, does not believe in life on Venus.


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