Experts Say NASA Could Have Found Life On Venus In 1978 – If The Probe Had Just Known Where To Look

After speeding through space for 123 days, NASA’s Pioneer Venus 2 mission finally reaches its destination: Venus. Now the spacecraft makes its journey into the planet’s thick, sulfurous atmosphere. As it heads towards the surface, it sends out four probes before it’s vaporized by the extreme heat of Venus. The data they collect will sit in files for four decades before scientists notice something very strange. And what they find might just prove that there’s life on Venus.