Spiky ice spires may stud the equator of Jupiter’s moon Europa – Science News


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Spiky ice spires may stud the equator of Jupiter's moon Europa
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Europa's frozen landscape could be treacherous territory for future lunar landers. Jagged spires of ice may stud the Jovian moon's equator, researchers report October 8 in Nature Geosciences. These structures, called penitentes, could reach heights of ...
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