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More Evidence that Europa’s Oceans Could be Habitable

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More Evidence that Europa’s Oceans Could be Habitable

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    More Evidence that Europa’s Oceans Could be Habitable
    by Evan Gough

    At first glance, Jupiter’s moon Europa doesn’t seem much like Earth. It’s a moon, not a planet, and it’s covered in ice. But it does have one important thing in common with Earth: a warm, salty ocean. Now there’s even more evidence that Europa’s sub-surface ocean is habitable. Scientists at NASA have developed a new …

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