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Subglacial lakes have spoiled the relief of Jupiter's moon PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 17 November 2011 12:25

A team of researchers led by Britney Schmidt from the University of Texas, United States published in the journal Nature a new explanation for the formation of cracks on the surface of Europe, one of Jupiter's Moons. According to scientists, the formation of cracks on the surface of Europe in the areas of Thera Macula Konamara and, much like the formation of these cracks on the surface of the ice in Iceland on Earth. Cracks in the ice surface of Europe emerged from the underwater heat sources, as a result, under the ice surface in Europe is very likely the existence of large underwater lakes or seas, where the water for a long time may be ice-free state that once again raises the question of the possible the presence of life under the ice surface of Europe.


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