It’s Life Jim… Jupiter Moon May Have Life 👽

Published on: 29 Sep 2016

Last updated on: 29 Nov 2016

Well, microbial life, but it’s still life as we know it.

Europa, one of Jupiter’s moons seems to be ejecting 100 mile high plumes of water out into space. The water probably comes from a giant ocean hidden beneath thick ice.

NASA recently spotted the plumes using the Hubble space telescope and may be able to get a better look at the contents of the plumes using the James Webb Space Telescope which should be launched in 2018.

Guess: Think there’s going to more than microbes on Europa. 👾