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NASA planning future mission to Europa

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The space agency is believed to be planning an ambitious mission to explore Jupiter's icy moon.

Europa has been of great interest to scientists due to its status as the single most likely place in the solar system to find life outside the Earth, an accolade made possible thanks to its icy shell encasing what many believe to be a deep ocean of warm liquid water.

Read More: http://www.unexplained-mysteries.com/news/263365/nasa-planning-future-mission-to-europa

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Sadly, by the time they send a probe to look under the ice for life, I'll probably be long gone :(.

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Europa could just be like an egg waiting to crack open then life will come teaming out of it ...

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Eerily similar to the movie Europa report. Only now it's gonna happen. wow.

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Cool. Can't wait :)

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Hal will not be pleased..

haven't we forgotten the warning, that all these worlds are yours except Europa. Attempt no landings there..

2010, Hal 2000..

:lol:

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This I would love to see happen in my lifetime, alas I doubt it will.

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Hal will not be pleased..

haven't we forgotten the warning, that all these worlds are yours except Europa. Attempt no landings there..

2010, Hal 2000..

:lol:

Surely you meant hal 9000?

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Dang you are right.. I sold Hal 7000 short..

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