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Evidence of bacteria on Europa?
Topic: Europa
06/02/02
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.

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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