On its surface there is a high temperature, and the atmosphere contains a huge amount of sulfuric acid vapors. But at the same time, there is indirect evidence that there may be microbial life in its clouds.
Venus Life Finder researchers argue that Venus may contain life, or traces of it, in the clouds, all due to the temperatures suitable for life in the upper atmosphere, including the large number of chemical anomalies that collectively suggest unknown chemical processes and, probably, about the presence of life.
VLF scientists plan to send several missions to the planet, which will be funded from private sources. The idea is to send a series of low-cost vehicles with equipment for specific scientific research to complement the data from larger missions.