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Un océan d'eau liquide sous la surface d'Encelade, petite lune de Saturne

Un océan d'eau liquide sous la surface d'Encelade, petite lune de Saturne

Europa : Moon of Jupiter - The sixth-closest moon of Jupiter and the smallest of the four Galilean moons, but it is still the sixth-largest moon in the Solar System. It is primarily made of silicate rock and has a water-ice crust. The core is probably iron-nickel. Europa is slightly smaller than the Moon (Luna)

Europa : Moon of Jupiter - The sixth-closest moon of Jupiter and the smallest of the four Galilean moons, but it is still the sixth-largest moon in the Solar System. It is primarily made of silicate rock and has a water-ice crust. The core is probably iron-nickel. Europa is slightly smaller than the Moon (Luna)

The earth is 8,000 miles wide. The deepest oceans? About 7 miles deep. If all the water on earth were rolled into a ball, it would cover an area that looks like this. The amount of drinkable fresh water would amount to a tiny fraction of total water.

The earth is 8,000 miles wide. The deepest oceans? About 7 miles deep. If all the water on earth were rolled into a ball, it would cover an area that looks like this. The amount of drinkable fresh water would amount to a tiny fraction of total water.

Neat little animation of our solar system in action…I love space :)

Neat little animation of our solar system in action…

La station spatiale internationale en transit devant la Lune

La station spatiale internationale en transit devant la Lune

Wow this is an incredible pucture. That long mark on the top left is about the size of the distance from earth to the moon.

Wow this is an incredible pucture. That long mark on the top left is about the size of the distance from earth to the moon.

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