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Response to sakabatou (Reply #7)

Wed Sep 21, 2016, 02:15 AM

9. Here's something cool to think about, re: that. We may not need to.

At least, not to get some real data on if there is life down there and what it's all about.



That reddish stuff on the surface? Job one should be to sample that.

https://www.caltech.edu/news/window-europas-ocean-lies-right-surface-38813


based on some of the first data of its kind since NASA's Galileo mission (19892003) to study Jupiter and its moons, suggests that there is a chemical exchange between the ocean and surface, making the ocean a richer chemical environment, and implies that learning more about the ocean could be as simple as analyzing the moon's surface.

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