Rogozin was speaking to reporters at the Hellerusia 2020 exhibition, an international exhibition for the helicopter industry in Moscow.
“The resumption of the Venice investigation is on our agenda,” he told reporters on Tuesday.
“We believe that Venus is a Russian planet, so we must not be left behind,” he said.
Venus is the same size as the planet and is our closest planet, but it lags behind the other planets.
The study, carried out by Cardiff University professor Jane Greaves and colleagues, was published Monday in the journal Nature Astronomy.
Singer said the discovery of phosphine on Venus makes it suitable for our solar system in the regions of Mars, Enceladus, and Europe, as well as “water world” moons of discoverable interest.
“Our hope in the global scientific community is to encourage more research on Venus and ourselves, to explore the possibilities of life in the environment of Venus, and to focus on finding signs of life or of our own life in the environment of Venus. ” Mission, ”said Caesar.
According to the European Space Agency, the Russians have significant experience when it comes to Venus.
Its website states: “The Venetian studies carried out in Russia between 1967 and 1984 were at the forefront of international research on the planet.
“Since then, Russia has retained its unique expertise in the design and development of landing craft for Venus and has continued to define scientific applications for these ships.”
CNN’s Ashley Strickland contributed to this report.