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If life exists on Jupiter’s moon Europa, scientists might soon be able to detect it

By Lucinda King, Space Projects Manager & Mission Design Lead, University of Portsmouth
Europa is one of the largest of more than 90 moons in orbit around the planet Jupiter. It is also one of the best places to look for alien life.

Often termed an “ocean world” by scientists, observations to date strongly suggest that beneath Europa’s icy crust, there could be a liquid saltwater ocean containing twice as much water as Earth’s oceans. Now, Nasa’s Europa ClipperThe Conversation

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