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NASA to explore Jupiter’s moon Europa, which may hold life

FOXNews.com Wednesday, 21 August 2019
NASA has officially confirmed a mission to Jupiter's moon Europa, a trek that could answer whether the icy celestial body could be habitable for humans and support life.
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NASA has announced plans to launch the Europa Clipper space mission to examine Jupiter's icy moon Europa by 2025.

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