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How does NASA know Europa has a liquid water ocean underneath the ice?

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Asked by pichku tube, 20 Mar 09:00 pm
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NASA researchers have the strongest evidence yet that one of Jupiter's most mysterious moons hides a fermenting ocean of water underneath its icy coat. This evidence comes from magnetic readings by NASA's Galileo spacecraft, reported in recent edition of the journal Science.

Europa, the fourth largest satellite of Jupiter, has long been suspected of harboring vast quantities of water. Since life as we know it requires water, this makes the moon a prime target for the search of exobiology - life beyond Earth.
Answered by anil garg, 19 Apr 01:55 am

 
  
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