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Venus may have been first planet to sustain life

Venus may have been first planet to sustain life

The temperatures on the planet Venus are hot enough to melt lead, but a new report from NASA suggests that the planet may have had a very different climate in the past. According to the study, Venus may have had oceans and the conditions to support primitive life. A co-author of the study, Dr. Michael Way of NASA’s Goddard Institute, joins RT America’s Simone Del Rosario and says Earth may one day suffer the same fate as Venus.