In the world of astronomy, the great spotlight sometimes falls on the famous planets of our solar system. What we quickly forget, however, in view of the numerous reports about Mars, Saturn and Co., is the fact that the natural satellites of those celestial bodies also exert a great fascination. It is not without reason that the first manned moon landing in 1969 is still considered one of the greatest milestones in the history of space exploration. Today we would like to take you on a journey to another, no less impressive moon. Our contribution today is dedicated to one of the most famous natural satellites in our planetary network: Jupiter’s moon Europa. We will explain to you what characterizes the celestial body, which missions have been carried out to study the moon, and we will go into some breathtaking real images of Europa.
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