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A saline ocean beneath it's crust.

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The scientists think that Europa can have the life on it.


I have read somewhere that scientists think that europa may have an underground ocean.


Europa may have lots of things that scientists may not know and it may have a rocky surface to.


Scientists think there may be liquid water on Europa that we could live off of.


It is said to be the most habitable thing in our solar system besides Earth


Many scientists believe that Europa may hold water, or at least ice which could mean there is a possibility of life on one of Jupiter's moons.


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


It may have oceans of liquid water under its layers of water ice. Scientists want to know if these oceans (assuming they are there) contain any forms of life.


Europa is the fourth largest moon of Jupiter. Scientists think that life may exist on Europa because there is evidence that liquid water may exist beneath its icy surface. Europa is pushed and pulled by the high gravity of Jupiter as well as by the gravity of Jupiter's other moons. This makes Europa expand and contract and causes it to heat up and this heat may cause some of Euorpa's icy crust to melt under the surface. So, there may be lakes and oceans of liquid water on Europa. Water is a major requirement for life. If there is liquid water on Europa, there may be life.


Europa is covered with ice and underneath a layer of ice there is an ocean that scientists think might have life living in it. Also Europa has many cracks on it.


They think that life might exist on Europa because they have found evidence of liquid water on Europa. Hope this helps. :) <3



The movement of Europa's icy crust indicates that there is liquid water beneath its icy crust. Water is the first thing scientists look for in trying to find places that may hold life.


Europa shows signs of having a saline environment, which could be amenable to life.


There may be life under Europa's vast oceans. It is cold, but heat from the moon's core and Jupiter's magnetic field may make it habitable for organisms under the ice.


Scientists belive that Europa has a layer of water beneth is icy crust, which could potentially harbour simple life forms.


Europa probably contains a metallic iron core. Little information about its deep internal structure is known, but this is what scientists think.


Europa is one of the first four moons discovered circling Jupiter. Check out this webiste for more information: http://www.solarviews.com/eng/europa.htm


As the Jovian moon Europa has a magnetic field, it is thought that it has a salty, liquid, 100Km deep water ocean (under a layer of ice) and a metallic iron core. Scientists are considering the possibility that this water ocean may contain some form of life. They are already conceptually designing and even engineering technology that would be able to pass through the ice and explore those theorized depths.


Europa's atmosphere is very thin and some say it is too small to have an atmosphere, but that's not true. Europa is only slightly smaller than the moon. The atmosphere on Europa has oxygen in it so scientists are trying to discover if there could be life on Europa some day.


On Europa, one of the moons around Jupiter, water has been found! However chances are small that there may be life, since much of that water is in an icy frozen state.


thats to say that it might be able to harbour simple life forms, if it were to have a liquid ocean beneth its icy crust - as scientists suspect it may have.


Scientists have recently discovered frozen water on the moon, and on Jupiter's moon of Europa


Europa is a remarkable moon because it may be comprised of mostly liquid water under a layer of ice. Europa is one of the moons of Jupiter.


The duration of Europa Europa is 1.87 hours.



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