Aurora shift confirms Ganymede’s ocean

Jupiter moon’s underground saltwater explains Hubble telescope observations


SEA SIGNS  Shifts in Ganymede’s version of the Northern Lights, illustrated here, suggest that a saltwater ocean lurks beneath the icy crust of Jupiter’s largest moon.


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