Jul 31st: Searching for Life on Europa? Going Under the Ice

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Podcaster: Fraser Cain 

Title: Guide to Space: Searching for Life on Europa? Going Under the Ice

Organization: Universe Today

Link: www.universetoday.com

Description: We’re now learning that icy worlds seem to be the best places in Solar System where life could be hiding. Worlds like Europa and Enceladus, which have vast oceans of liquid water beneath a shell of water ice.

Bio: Fraser Cain is the publisher of Universe Today

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