Blog 6: Life on Europa?

We’ve all heard about the potential of life on Mars, but did you know that there could possibly be life in the outer solar system as well? In general, the outer solar system has such low temperatures that finding surface liquid water is quite unlikely. However, certain places, such as some of Jupiter’s moons, haveContinue reading “Blog 6: Life on Europa?”

Blog 5: Galilean Moons

The planets in our solar system can be divided into two categories: jovian planets and terrestrial planets. Jovian planets consist of those with larger masses and are also made up mostly of hydrogen and helium gas. This includes the planets of Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune. These planets are like Earth in that moons orbitContinue reading “Blog 5: Galilean Moons”

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