Re-analysis of the 267-GHz ALMA observations of Venus: No statistically significant detection of phosphine release_gcclguaa45btfd363dkxt7dtxe

by I.A.G. Snellen, L. Guzman-Ramirez, M.R. Hogerheijde, A.P.S. Hygate, F.F.S. van der Tak

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The statistical reliability of 267 GHz JCMT observations of Venus: No significant evidence for phosphine absorption [article]
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