NASA will spend $25 million on instruments development for an unmanned mission to Europa, the moon of Jupiter where scientists believe a liquid-water ocean lies beneath the frozen surface. The agency plans to select about 20 proposals in April 2015, and provide about $25 million to those selected...
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