Jupiter with Europa transit shadow

jupiter_20190702_215548_0_bfetrb_rgb1Image taken with Slooh’s Canary 4 telescope on 2 Jul 19 at 2155 48 sec UTC

There’s water – is there life?

Hubble Discovers Water Plumes Erupting from Europa

It’s been known since 2005 that Saturn’s 300-mile-wide moon Enceladus has geysers spewing ice and dust out into orbit from deep troughs that rake across its south pole. Now, thanks to the Hubble Space Telescope, we know of another moon with similar jets: Europa, the ever-enigmatic ice-shelled moon of Jupiter.

Read more:http://www.universetoday.com/107144/hubble-discovers-water-plumes-erupting-from-europa/#ixzz2nHZp0ONc