Here's why scientists are sure that a tiny moon of Jupiter is the most likely place to find alien life



The major question that most of the astrobiologists are asking is: Is there any life on Europa? Europa is a small moon that orbits the largest planet- Jupiter- in our solar system. According to scientist’s estimate, regardless of being about a quarter of the size of our planet, Europa has roughly two times as much liquid salt water than Earth. The huge and deep oceans that lie under Europa's outer icy shell are why scientists think that if there is life in our solar system other than on Earth, then it's possibly swimming in Europaian waters. Thanks to extra funding this year, NASA is one step closer to sending a probe that would take thorough measurements of Europa's exterior. Take a look at this infographic of Earth and Europa for further info:

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Here's why scientists are sure that a tiny moon of Jupiter is the most likely place to find alien life Here's why scientists are sure that a tiny moon of Jupiter is the most likely place to find alien life Reviewed by IBRAR AHMED on 3/05/2015 Rating: 5

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