ByDaily Mail Reporter [extract] Last updated at 1:55 PM on 23rd January 2012 [extract] A Russian scientist claims to have discovered life on Venus after analysing photographs taken by a Soviet probe that landed on the planet’s surface 30 years ago. [extract] The pictures – taken by the probe Venus-13 in 1982 – have been re-examined by Leonid Ksanfomaliti of the Space Research Institute at Russia’s Academy of Sciences. [extract] Ksanfomaliti said the images showed a scorpion-shaped body, a disc and a ‘black flap,’ which apparently moved as the probe’s camera records the scene. [extract] New life? Russian scientist Leonid Ksanfomaliti, claims this image, taken from a probe that landed on Venus in 1982, shows a scorpion-shaped life formA [extract] Venus is the most similar planet in our solar system in terms of size and structure to Earth.Its diameter is 7521 miles – very close to Earth’s 7926-mile diameter. [extract] But the surface is very different - it’s …
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