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Carbon source found on surface of Jupiter's moon Europa

  • New analysis has found that carbon, an essential component of life on Earth, is present within Europa, Jupiter's moon, indicating a potentially habitable environment in its oceans.
  • The discovery of carbon on Europa's surface, particularly in the Tara Regio area where sodium chloride was also found, supports the possibility of life in the moon's oceans.
  • The presence of carbon dioxide and the potential heat and nutrients from tidal flexing on Europa further enhance the hope for the existence of life in the moon's oceans.
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