Jupiter’s moons get Juice flowing
Posted by ChevScience on May 5, 2012
LONDON: Jupiter’s icy moons will be the focus of Europe’s next large science mission. The €1 billion ($1.27 billion) Juice mission will investigate the possibility of ”waterworlds” that may harbour life. Its primary target is Ganymede, the solar system’s biggest moon, which is 8 per cent larger than Mercury.