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NASA Confirms Water Vapor Erupting from Europa

ExtremeTech Tuesday, 19 November 2019 ()
NASA Confirms Water Vapor Erupting from EuropaSome observations have shown geysers erupting from the moon, but we haven't been able to verify there was water there until now. NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center confirms water vapor bursting forth from the moon's surface. 

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News video: NASA Confirms Water Vapor On Jupiter's Moon Europa

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NASA announced a remarkable development concerning Europa.

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