Europa, Jupiter’s moon full of alien life! Original article by Alessandro Brizzi.
It increases the chance of finding alien life in our solar system. The greatest experts of the cosmos are convinced that an extraterrestrial life exists on the moon of Jupiter “Europa”. These alien life forms are probably indigenous, therefore not sown by other inhabitants of different planets, but perhaps from organic material of comets or asteroids.
In the science fiction film Report, a space exploration company sends six of the best astronauts from around the world on a privately funded mission to try to confirm life on Jupiter‘s moon. The team lands on the moon, pierces through the ice and releases a probe into the sea below.
Hiding under the ice of Europa, in the cold waters the team discovers a bizarre creature similar to a squid. We have not yet found growing evidence of alien life on Europa, but the science fiction plot could soon become reality.
“When it comes to the prospects for life beyond Earth, it’s almost a certainty that there is life under the ice on Europa,” said Monica Grady, professor of planetary and space science and chancellor at Liverpool Hope University in the UK.
“Elsewhere, if there is life on Mars, it will be beneath the surface of the planet … There you will be protected from solar radiation. This means that there is a possibility that ice will remain in the pores of the rocks, which could act as a source of water. ”
Scientists consider Europa the most suitable object for aliens in the Solar System. Studies suggest that the water under the surface is salty and that perhaps it is heated by hydro thermal vents, producing a good mix of conditions to make life prosper.
I think we have a better chance of having slightly higher life forms in Europa, perhaps similar to the intelligence of an octopus. If life were to be found in the oceans of Europa or Enceladus, it is very likely that it is indigenous rather than sown by Earth, Mars or (especially) by another solar system.
Europa, Jupiter’s moon full of alien life!
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