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Scientists accept that Europa may have life because it has liquid water on it.

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no it does not. But some of jupiters moons do.

Europea is the smoothest and the iceyest moon, but Jupiter has many other moons too.

Jupiters four biggest moons, Calisto, Lo, Ganymede and Europa were discovered by Gallileo

they are called galilian moons

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Yes, there is water on some of the moons.

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Yes, there is water on one, and volcanoes active on another.

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Galileo Galilei discovered the moons using his homemade telescope.

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Because Galileo saw them through his telescope and is credited with discovering them.

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