Acid Rain-Like Chemistry Could Occur in Europa’s Ice Crust - Universe Today
A new look at how chemicals on Jupiter’s moon Europa may be reacting together could provide new insight to how chemical reactions could be occurring in the moon’s icy crust, despite frigid temperatures. Researchers have found that water and sulfur dioxide react together very quickly, even at temperatures hundreds of degrees below freezing. Because the … Continue reading "Acid Rain-Like Chemistry Could Occur in Europa’s Ice Crust"
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