The director of Roscosmos, Dmitry Rogozin, mentioned not long ago that his country is arranging an intragalactic mission to Venus. Rogozin said Venus is a Russian planet and plans of Venus missions are part of the united government program of Russia’s space investigation for 2021-2030. Rogozin’s announcement followed the disclosure that the Earth gas known as phosphine had been distinguished in Venus’ atmosphere.
The European Space Agency states Russians, and in the past the Soviets, are no aliens to Venus, having initiated critical planetary exploration in 1967. The Outer Space Treaty of 1967, initially drafted by the U.S., Soviet Union and U.K. carefully denies any country from marking ownership to galactic substances. Presently, 110 countries are involved with the Outer Space Treaty.