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NASA in race with China to prove whether or not life exists on Venus

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NASA and China could soon be competing in the latest 'Space Race' to find out if the planet Venus could support life. 

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China is reportedly ramping up its space exploration efforts following NASA’s announcement that they will send two probes to Venus by 2030.

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The Houston-based space agency has high hopes for its DAVINCI+ and VERITAS missions that will aim to scan the chemistry of the Venusian atmosphere and map the terrain of the planet. 

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The decision was made after the discovery of phosphine, a chemical “associated with life processes on Earth”, was discovered on a neighbouring planet.

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Experts believe Venus is very similar to Earth in its size and density.

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Now, Wu Weiren, the chief designer of the Chinese Lunar Exploration Program, has announced that China will be conducting missions of their own. 

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