quarta-feira, 11 de setembro de 2013

NASA Maps Out Goals for Europa Landing



The top priority of a robotic lander mission to Jupiter’s potentially life-supporting moon Europa should be investigating the composition and chemistry of its subsurface ocean, scientists say.
Such a mission should also aim to determine the thickness and dynamics of the moon’s ice shell and characterize the surface geology of Europa in detail, a NASA-appointed “science definition team” reports in a new study in the journal Astrobiology. Read more.

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