We may not be alone in the universe.
Scientists say they've found new evidence there could be life on Venus. A new study out of Poland and the University of Wisconsin-Madison says Venus has had plenty of time to evolve life on its own. The scientists say computer models suggest Venus probably had liquid water and a climate that could support life for as long as two-billion years. Then something went wrong.
Venus currently has a greenhouse climate that keeps surface temperatures above 860 degrees Fahrenheit. The study is published in the journal "Astrobiology."