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Europa: Chewy or Crunchy?
Topic: Europa
06/02/02
For geophysicist William B. Moore, the question of whether life exists on Jupiter's moon Europa boils down to whether the moon's center is chewy or crunchy.

Through Thick or Thin: Exploring Europa's Outer Layer of Ice
Topic: Europa
06/02/02
When NASA's Galileo spacecraft sent back images and data of the Jovian moon Europa, scientists began thinking seriously that life just might exist on this enigmatic, frozen world.

Focus on Europa
Topic: Europa
06/02/02
Scientists from a variety of disciplines met recently to consider the possibility of life on Europa, and to plan how to look for it.

Evidence of bacteria on Europa?
Topic: Europa
01/09/02
Jupiter's moon Europa is thought to be one of the most likely abodes for microscopic life in our solar system. The ice-covered world may have liquid water, energy, and organic compounds - all three of the ingredients necessary for life to survive.

Europa: Chewy or Crunchy?
Topic: Europa
06/22/01
For geophysicist William B. Moore, the question of whether life exists on Jupiter's moon Europa boils down to whether the moon's center is chewy or crunchy.

Focus on Europa
Topic: Europa
04/13/01
Scientists from a variety of disciplines met recently to consider the possibility of life on Europa, and to plan how to look for it.

Through Thick or Thin: Exploring Europa's Outer Layer of Ice
Topic: Europa
03/16/01
When NASA's Galileo spacecraft sent back images and data of the Jovian moon Europa, scientists began thinking seriously that life just might exist on this enigmatic, frozen world.
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