One of Jupiter's moons, Europa, is believed to have ice-covered waters where alien life may exist.
Thus, concerns are growing ahead of NASA's planned "flyby" on Thursday, Sept. 29.
Scientists will have approximately 5 minutes as the Juno spacecraft passes 218 miles over Europa's surface.
must gather as many readings as possible, including making use of a tool that will finally allow us to "see into the ice."
According to NASA, the "rock-hard" shell may be up to 15 miles thick.
A vast, salty, liquid ocean exists. Since many little animals exist on Earth that must survive in severe aquatic conditions,
This kind of life may also exist on Europa, according to NASA.