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Water vapor has just been found on Europe, there is more evidence of liquid water under all the ice

What has long been suspected is now confirmed: Jupiter's moon Europe has water. As we have learned more about the external solar system in recent years, Europe has become a primary goal in search of life. With this discovery, NASA Jupiter's smallest Galilean moon has just painted a large red porthole. "While scientists have not yet been able to directly …

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Astronomers detect water vapor around Jupiter's moon Europa

In search of life in our solar system, Mars steals the spotlight (thanks, David Bowie). In recent years, Jupiter's fourth largest moon, Europe, has become a promising alien kindergarten. Planet scientists have long suspected that Europe under its thick, icy crust harbors a huge ocean of liquid water. If the ocean of Europe also has an energy source – think …

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Water cannons scattered peaceful rally in Georgia News

The riot police fired water cannons to remove thousands of anti-government demonstrators from the barricaded parliament building in the Georgian capital of Tbilisi, opening the city's main street. Local media reported several arrests and injuries following the suppression of demonstrators on Monday An early parliamentary election after the ruling party reversed its pledge to reform the electoral system. More: The …

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NASA has just confirmed that there are water clouds over the surface of Jupiter's moon Europa

A team of researchers at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, has confirmed traces of water vapor over the surface of Jupiter's icy moon Europa. And that's a big deal, since the tiny space rock is one of the highest-priority targets in NASA's search for extraterrestrial life, according to the agency. "While scientists have not been able to …

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Water vapor detected on Jupiter's moon Europa

This adds to the fascination of other previously discovered factors associated with the potential for living in Europe. The results were published on Monday in the journal Nature Astronomy. The research team watched Europe with the World Cup Keck Observatory in Hawaii – one of the largest telescopes in the world – for 17 nights between 2016 and 2017. On …

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NASA detects water vapor on Jupiter's moon Europa

An international research team headed by NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Maryland has detected water vapor over the surface of Jupiter's Moon Europa for the first time. With the WM Keck Observatory in Hawaii, scientists were able to make measurements of the water vapor. "Confirming the presence of water vapor over Europe helps scientists better understand the inner life …

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Wildlife and water in US forests are poisoned by illegal pot operations: NPR

A marijuana plant grows in Shasta Trinity National Forest, California. This plant is part of an illegal cultivation process run by highly organized drug cartels that use the dense canopy of the woods to conceal their operations. Eric Westervelt / NPR Hide Caption Switch caption Eric Westervelt / NPR A marijuana plant grows in Shasta Trinity National Forest, California. This …

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Coca-Cola unveils a new brand of sparkling water with a dash of caffeine

Coca-Cola unveiled a new sparkling water line on Thursday, the first new brand in more than a decade. The beverage giant will launch AHA in early 2020. The announcement follows as US soda consumption continues Coke and its competitor PepsiCo are being forced to invest more in marketing their old soda brands and finding healthier alternatives. According to Beverage Marketing, …

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Lead in Canada's drinking water worse than Flint Crisis, investigation says

Hundreds of thousands of Canadians have been unwittingly exposed to high levels of lead in their drinking water, according to a yearlong investigation by more than 120 journalists. Sparked a public health crisis . sparked a public health crisis . The media consortium conducted the investigation in 11 cities across Canada. Canada's national safety guideline of 5 parts per billion; …

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