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Is there anything Beneath the Icy Moon of Jupiter Europa?

In coming decade NASA will send its mission to the icy moon of Jupiter, so as to probe more about warm water ocean in the interior of the moon since its historic flybys back in 1973-74. Scientists are eager to go beneath the surface and see what resides there.


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NASA is building a seismometer which is specially designed for its use on Europa’s interior. This device will help scientists in determining whether the interior is favorable to life. This microphone is built for the robotic probe. After reaching the moon’s surface, it starts collecting information regarding environment which includes data regarding natural tides, movements within the shell determined by the thickness of the icy surface.


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It will ascertain if the area has pockets of water like lakes and how often the water rises to the surface. Some scientists say that its chaos terrain will be the perfect place for life evidence. The place where the subsurface ocean is interacting is where the ridges, cracks, and plains are there.

The evidence of organic molecules and organisms are easily found there. Astronomers have also found water plumes from the surface. They are the best for finding out the life evidence in the interior. But to know whether the water reservoir is connected to the interior ocean is important.


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The concept of Europa Lander is still under development phase; NASA is working for making all the required components ready for the mission. They have provided a team in order to develop and test their seismometer, which measures more than 10 cm and be easily connected from a robotic Lander. However, it differs in conventional designs and it doesn’t rely on mass and spring sensor. Such a design is not made for a mission to another body in the solar system as it is required to be placed upright. The sensor should be placed within the vacuum for making sure of the exact measurements.


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Seismometer had to be connected to the ground for effective operation. This gets pushed into the surface while landing, making contact with a ground. From long wavelength ones, high-frequency signals can be sorted out. Small meteorites hitting the surface, for instance, would produce high wave frequency and tides with gravitational tugs from Jupiter and Europa’s other moons make slow and long waves.

With this mission, accessibility to the thin ice sheets on the bodies will be revealed and the interiors oceans also.

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