Life on Europe? Maybe not
Maybe you all know it, but I just found out. Life is suspected on one of the 4 galilee moons. Europe is an icy moon and moves in an elliptical orbit around Jupiter. but it is a very flat elliptical orbit, which means that Europe is repeatedly compressed by the gravitational force of Jupiter. This will create heat inside the moon and maybe live in the oceans under the ice. However, it has now been proven that the water is extremely salty and sulphurous. In addition, Europe in the Inberen probably consists of sodium chloride. Maybe something could have survived - life finds its way. What do you think?
Submitted October 03, 2019 at 10:27PM by Commander-Phil
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