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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.

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Jupiters moon, Europa, is special as it is thought to have a huge layer of water under its crust. This water may be able to support simple life forms if the conditions are right.



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


Obviously not, Europa is a moon, not a star.


neither. Europa is not a planet, but one of Jupiters moons.


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The tectonic plate-like movement of its icy surface and various measurements indicate that Europa has a subsurface ocean of liquid water. Liquid water is considered the most important factor for a world's ability to have life.




Its Calisto,Ganymede,Europa, and Io


It was sent into Jupiters atmosphere due to the possibility of an ocean beneath the icy crust of jupiters moon europa. Galileo could potentially be carrying bacteria that could be harmful to europa, so was destroyed to protect it.


Europa is the sixth moon of the planet Jupiter.


Jupiters 4 moons are called Ganymede,Io,Callisto,and Europa.


it is far 580 miles away from jupiter


4.56 billion years old, but it's surface is younger.


Europa has ice on it and it is hypothesized that there is an ocean of water below the ice.Some have suggested that there is life on Europa. The Europa Jupiter System Mission (EJSM) has been proposed to investigate this and other aspects in a 2020 launch.


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