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The Likely Thickness of Europa’s Icy Shell

10 Sep 2021, 16:00 UTC
The Likely Thickness of Europa’s Icy Shell Noah Kroese, I.NK.

New modeling of Jupiter’s moon Europa predicts that its outer icy shell is ~23–47 km, providing useful estimates for future space missions and interesting implications for the physical processes on icy satellite surfaces.

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