NASA Plans $25 Million Effort To Push Europa Instruments

Growing congressional support and tantalizing scientific possibilities are behind a NASA plan to spend $25 million on instrument development for an unmanned mission to Europa, the moon of Jupiter where Earthlings were warned to “attempt no landing there” in Arthur C. Clarke’s “2010: Odyssey Two.”...

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