Jupiter's moon Europa, as you've never seen it before


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#2

Canals! I SEE CANALS!

Or not.


#3

What about

EXCEPT
EUROPA
ATTEMPT NO
LANDING THERE

don’t you understand, scientists?


#4

Look but don’t touch.


#5

Okay, nice move NASA, but is it IN 3D ???


#6

Beat me to it.


#7

In the first pictures that came back from (if I remember rightly) Voyager 2 Europa looked like Tattooine to me. I was kind of disappointed to learn it was covered in ice, not sand. Still there is some resemblance.


#8

At that temperature (<125 K), I believe water ice is basically a rock, and small broken bits of it could be called sand.


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