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Heat in Jupiter’s Moon Europa Might Have Made Its Oceans Habitable
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Heat in Jupiter’s Moon Europa Might Have Made Its Oceans Habitable

Published: June 29, 2020  |  3 min read, 584 words
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Europa is Jupiter’s sixth-largest moon, but it's smaller than Earth’s moon and hosts an ocean that may be twice the volume of Earth’s own. Now, presented at the suggests that, based on how the Jovial moon’s ocean formed, Europa may have been capable of supporting life.Researchers at the NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) developed a new computer model to demonstrate how radioactive heating inside of Europa could have caused the ocean to form, Will Dunham reports for . The ocean—positioned above the moon's layered interior—is blanketed with ice about sits on top of the ocean.The computer... READ MORE
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