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Re: Life Beyond Earth

Fri, 7 Oct 2005 10:41:48 -0700

> Changes on the surface of the Jovian moons, by contrast, look far
> older, perhaps 100 million years or more.

It's my understanding that new cracks open on Europa almost daily, and
then the latest open crack extends continually for a major portion of
one orbital period around Jupiter. Thus at any time we choose, there
are changes on the surface of Europa less than a week old.

For more discussion on this topic, perhaps move to a more appropriate
newsgroup? .

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