NASA FINDS LIQUID ON EUROPA; ALIENS TO FOLLOW?
NASA recently stated that the Hubble Space Telescope found material from the surface of Jupiter’s moon Europa that resembled reserves of liquid water shooting through cracks in the ice.
This provides strong evidence saying that there is a massive underground ocean on the Jupiter’s moon. With water, comes the potential for life. Hence, aliens are certainly not out of the question.
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NASA estimates this ocean to be about 100 kilometers deep. That’s about 10 times the depth of the deepest ocean on Earth. Since, we don’t even know the types of species found in those dark, cold corners of Earth.
Think about the possibilities in something far larger than that. That’s not all Europa has up its sleeve. In addition, the streaks on the moon’s surface are said to be salt deposits.
They are colored orange due to a large amount of radiation coming from Jupiter and deposited by the same water plumes that the Hubble Space Telescope found. So what does this all have to do with aliens?
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Researchers think that the ocean on Jupiter’s moon has a rocky seafloor. Hence, if the salty ocean comes combines with a mineral-heavy rocky seafloor, the chances for alien life are far greater. Marine life thrives on the sea floor of Earth.
Now the hard part is getting there. This could be just the mission the U.S. space agency needs to get them back on track. They’re already falling behind China and private space companies like SpaceX and Blue Origin.
Furthermore, they won’t be the first to Mars and their legacy as pioneers is quickly fading. Building a super, space-submarine is just what the agency needs to get back on top. Source: clapway