NASA to seek 'alien life' on Jupiter's Moon Europa
NASA has recently revealed its plans to seek life on Jupiter's Europa Moon with the help of a probe.
London: NASA has recently revealed its plans to seek life on Jupiter's Europa Moon with the help of a probe.
Europa, which is Jupiter's fourth largest moon, has water that is up to 10 times deeper than Earth's oceans and its thought that this water-packed moon could hold vital clues to life outside of earth, the Daily Star reported.
NASA administrator Charles Bolden said that looking to the future, they are planning a mission to explore Jupiter's fascinating moon Europa, selecting instruments this spring and moving toward the next phase of their work.
NASA has also revealed its plans to take humans to Mars . The ambitious journey could happen as soon as 2030 and will use the Orion spacecraft to blast astronauts deeper into the solar system than ever before.