• earthsky.org | 3/19/2019 | Paul Scott Anderson
    Europa’s icy surface is covered by long thin cracks, making the moon look like a cracked egg. A new study suggests that an equatorial jet stream in Europa’s ocean creates stress in this Jovian...
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  • phys.org | 10/23/2018 | Staff
    The study of two potential plume sites on Jupiter's moon Europa has shown a lack of expected hotspot signatures, unlike Enceladus where plumes have a very clear and obvious temperature signature,...
    159 views marika
  • earthsky.org | 7/29/2018 | Paul Scott Anderson
    Diagram depicting how radiation can destroy organic molecules on the surface of Europa. New research now shows scientists how to find the best places to look on Europa where such organics could...
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  • phys.org | 7/9/2018 | Staff
    This animation demonstrates how deformation in the icy surface of Europa could transport subsurface ocean water to the moon's surface. This is just one of several simulated behaviors reported in a...
    373 views moemajor
  • phys.org | 5/15/2018 | Staff
    Galileo Galilei discovered Jupiter's moon Europa in 1610. More than four centuries later, astronomers are still making discoveries about its icy surface. With a diameter of almost 2,000 miles, an...
    668 views just-me
  • ScienceDaily | 5/15/2018 | Staff
    Data collected by NASA's Galileo spacecraft in 1997 were put through new and advanced computer models to untangle a mystery -- a brief, localized bend in themagnetic field -- that had gone...
    139 views KimmyPoo
  • WIRED | 5/14/2018 | Eric Niiler
    In recent years, scientists have suggested that images from the Hubble telescope show plumes of icy water spewing from the surface of Jupiter’s moon Europa. Others have doubted the claim—which is...
    492 views princia

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