Thursday, 5 February 2015

NASA officially backs mission to explore Europa

Another celestial body has been added to NASA's bucket list as the space agency officially asks the US Congress for US$30 million for the first mission aimed at exploring Jupiter’s moon Europa. Part of the FY 2015 NASA Planetary Science budget, it would fund further development of an unmanned probe to study place in the Solar System outside of Earth where life may exist... Continue Reading NASA officially backs mission to explore Europa

Section: Space

Tags: Europa, Jupiter, Mission, NASA, Solar System, Spacecraft

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