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The (Cancelled) Hunt For Life on Europa

The (Cancelled) Hunt For Life on Europa
The JIMO spacecraft was originally designed to explore the icy moons of Jupiter. While the bulk of its observations were to be orbital based, there were plans for a craft that would explore the ocean on Europa.


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Posted by nova on May 8, 2011
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