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Ocean on Jupiter's moon Europa has table salt, just like Earth's seas

FOXNews.com Thursday, 13 June 2019 ()
The huge ocean sloshing beneath the ice shell of the Jupiter moon Europa may be intriguingly similar to the seas of Earth, a new study suggests.
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Scientists recently discovered a familiar compound on Jupiter’s moon Europa.

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