1. Table salt compound spotted on Europa: Finding prompts a rethinking of the icy moon's subsurface ocean  Science Daily
  2. Jupiter's watery moon, Europa, is covered in table salt  CNET
  3. Europa's ocean may be more Earthlike than previously thought  New Atlas
  4. The briny depths of Europa brim with table salt  Astronomy Magazine
  5. Water on Europa--with a Pinch of Salt  Scientific American
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Get your popcorn ready, we're headed to Europa.No word yet on the abundance of popcorn, however.

Jupiter's watery moon, Europa, is covered in table salt - CNET

The huge ocean sloshing beneath the ice shell of the Jupiter moon Europa may be more similar to the seas of Earth than scientists had thought.Europa's huge buried sea may be sodium-chloride salty, like the oceans of Earth.

The Ocean on Jupiter's Moon Europa Has Table Salt, Just Like Earth's Seas | Space

A familiar ingredient has been hiding in plain sight on the surface of Jupiter's moon Europa. Using a visible light spectral analysis, planetary scientists at Caltech and the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, ...

Table salt compound spotted on Europa

“Water on Europa--with a Pinch of Salt. Much like Earth’s seas, the subsurface ocean of this icy moon of Jupiter contains sodium chloride, the main ingredient of table salt https://t.co/5SPP3ZArgR”

Jennifer Ouellette on Twitter: "Water on Europa--with a Pinch of Salt. Much like Earth’s seas, the subsurface ocean of this icy moon of Jupiter contains sodium chloride, the main ingredient of table salt https://t.co/5SPP3ZArgR"

A new study by Caltech and NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California indicate that the subterranean world ocean on Jupiter's moon Europa may be more Earthlike than scientists believed, with the waters containing common salt.A new study by Caltech and NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California indicate that the subterranean world ocean on Jupiter's moon Europa may be more Earthlike than scientists believed, with the waters containing common salt.

Europa's ocean may be more Earthlike than previously thought

Using the Hubble Space Telescope to spy on Europa’s surface, astronomers have discovered the presence of sodium chloride – better known as table salt, the same compound that makes Earth’s oceans so salty.Using the Hubble Space Telescope to spy on Europa’s surface, astronomers have discovered the presence of sodium chloride – better known as table salt, the same compound that makes Earth’s oceans so s

The briny depths of Europa brim with table salt | Astronomy.com

Much like Earth’s seas, the subsurface ocean of this icy moon of Jupiter contains sodium chloride, the main ingredient of table saltMuch like Earth’s seas, the subsurface ocean of this icy moon of Jupiter contains sodium chloride, the main ingredient of table salt

Water on Europa--with a Pinch of Salt - Scientific American

Space mission and science news, images and videos from NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, the leading center for robotic exploration of the solar system.Space mission and science news, images and videos from NASA' Jet Propulsion Laboratory, the leading center for robotic exploration of the solar system.

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Scientists confirmed that it was sodium chloride on Europa's surface by obtaining four observations of the moon from the Hubble Space Telescope from May to August in 2017.Scientists confirmed that it was sodium chloride on Europa's surface by obtaining four observations of the moon from the Hubble Space Telescope from May to August in 2017.

Hidden oceans beneath Jupiter's icy moon Europa contain basic table salt just like Earth's oceans | Daily Mail Online

Europa, one of Jupiter’s moons, might be a site for a major cooking essential found on Earth: table salt. Planetary scientists at Caltech and NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) have found that a […]

Scientists Discover Strange Table Salt Compound on Jupiter's Europa - Geek.com