Jupiter’s moon Europa.
We have decided to send a Manned Mission to explore Jupiter’s moon Europa. It is the six closest moon to Jupiter. Jupiter is the 5th planet from the Sun and is the largest planet in the Solar System. Jupiter is classified as a gas giant with mass one-thousandth of that of the Sun but is two and a half times the mass of all the other planets in the Solar System combined.
Europa has an outer layer of water around (62 mi) thick; some as frozen-ice upper crust, some as liquid ocean underneath the ice. The layer is likely a salty liquid water ocean. Europa contains a metallic iron core. Europa has emerged as one of the top locations in the Solar System in terms of potentially hosting extraterrestrial life that could exist in its under-ice ocean. Life in such an ocean could possibly be similar to life on Earth in the deep ocean. The likely presence of liquid water on Europa has spurred calls to send a manned mission to investigate.
An order was place with the E-vectors Space factory to build the spacecraft that will taking the three astronaut and three robots to the moon Europa. The engine that will carry them is neutronic that can navigate in the deep ocean ,the atmosphere,and in deep space. All three are categorized as water elements with outer space being the thicker of the three. The neutronic engine creates fusion energy capable of speeds to reach Jupiter’s moon in 659 days or approximately 1 year and 9 months,when Jupiter and Earth are aligned.
The astronauts will not land on the surface of Europa but instead orbit the moon and communicate with our Deep Space Station. The robots will be used to explore the surface and the under ice ocean. Information transmitted by the robots will be sent to the orbiting spacecraft to determine ,confirm the habitability ,and the characteristic of the water within and below Europa’s icy shell.
Artist’s concept of the crybot a thermal drill, seen upper left) and its deployed ‘hydrobot’ submersible
Water vapor plums have been detected on Europa due to the under ice oceans tides and gravitational stress from the planet Jupiter. The plums are considered simular to volcanoes pewing magma but instead water. Life on the surface could be possible closest to these plums due to the heat which is created.
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