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The atmosphere of Venus contains a gas that on Earth can be attributed to living organisms, scientists said Monday, a discovery the head of NASA called "the most significant development yet" in the hunt for extraterrestrial life.
Scientists have used probes and telescopes to seek "biosignatures" - indirect signs of life - on other planets and moons in our solar system and beyond.
The closest approach will take place at 12.39pm UK time on 27 December, when the spacecraft will be around 4,700 miles from the cloud tops of Venus.