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[[File:Europa-Sol.png|thumb|300px|Europa in Sol]]
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| image = Europa-Sol.png
'''Europa''' is [[Sol/Jupiter|Jupiter]]'s fourth largest moon. Underneath the surface may be an ocean of salty liquid water. Europa is gravitationally locked with Jupiter and orbits it every 3.5 days. Beneath the 100 km deep ocean is believed to be an iron core with a rocky mantle. The gravity driven tidal heating and abundance of liquid water means alien life could have evolved in Sol. Such as microbes and other alien lifeforms.
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| celestialtype = Moon
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| earthmasses = 0.0080
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| radius = 1,561 KM
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| gravity = 0.13G
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| surfacetemp = 104 K
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| surfacepressure =
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| volcanism = Water Magma
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| atmospheretype = No Atmosphere
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| atmosphere =
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| composition = 60.0% Ice<br/>26.9% Rock<br/>13.1% Metal
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| orbitalperiod = 3.6 Days
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| semimajoraxis = 0.00 AU
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| orbitaleccentricity = 0.0090
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| orbitalinclination = 0.47 DEG
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| argofperiapsis = 0.00 DEG
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| rotationalperiod = 3.6 Days (Tidally Locked)
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| axialtilt = 0.00 DEG
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}}
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'''Europa''' is [[Jupiter]]'s fourth largest moon. Underneath the surface may be an ocean of salty liquid water. Europa is gravitationally locked with Jupiter and orbits it every 3.6 days. Beneath the 100 km deep ocean is believed to be an iron core with a rocky mantle. The gravity-driven tidal heating and abundance of liquid water could have allowed for the evolution of alien microbial life.
   
 
== Gallery ==
 
== Gallery ==
 
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Europa-Sol.png|Europa in ED Beyond
 
 
Europa-and-Jupiter.jpg|Europa and Jupiter - ED Horizons
 
Europa-and-Jupiter.jpg|Europa and Jupiter - ED Horizons
 
Europa-and-Jupiter-3303.jpg|Europa and Jupiter in 3303 - ED Horizons
 
Europa-and-Jupiter-3303.jpg|Europa and Jupiter in 3303 - ED Horizons
Geyser on Europa.png|Geyser on Europa - ED Horizons
 
 
</gallery>
 
</gallery>
 
 
[[Category:Moons]]
 
[[Category:Moons]]

Latest revision as of 01:40, August 1, 2020

Europa is Jupiter's fourth largest moon. Underneath the surface may be an ocean of salty liquid water. Europa is gravitationally locked with Jupiter and orbits it every 3.6 days. Beneath the 100 km deep ocean is believed to be an iron core with a rocky mantle. The gravity-driven tidal heating and abundance of liquid water could have allowed for the evolution of alien microbial life.

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