We’re here to set the record straight. While NASA didn’t find anything gangly, gray, and bug-eyed on Europa this time, what they did discover is still important. Using the Hubble Space Telescope, scientists caught sight of water plumes bursting out from Europa’s icy surface.
Is the water on Jupiter?
NASA Finds More Evidence of Water Plumes on Jupiter’s Moon Europa. … If any Europeans are lurking beneath the moon’s surface, they just got a whole lot easier to reach. The excitement over “activity” on Europa makes sense. In this solar system, having any kind of liquid ocean makes you a member of a pretty exclusive club.
Is the water on Mars?
Is the water on Moon?
Is the water on Mercury?
Is the water on Venus?
The truth, of course is that the thick atmosphere on Venus is made almost entirely of carbon dioxide. In fact, the atmospheric pressure on the surface of Venus is 92 times more than what you would experience on Earth. If the clouds are carbon dioxide, is there water on Venus.
Is the water on Saturn?
Is the water on Uranus?
Is the water on Neptune?
Smaller and cooler than the gas giants, Neptune and Uranus are classified as ice giants. It’s a good name, since they do have large quantities of water ice mixed in with a largely hydrogen and helium atmosphere.
Is the water on Pluto?
Ice is less dense than water, so when it freezes, it expands. If Pluto had on ocean that was frozen or in the process of freezing, extensional tectonics on the surface would result, and that’s what New Horizons saw. There aren’t many other ways on Pluto to get such features.
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