A NASA spacecraft has just seen the North Pole of Europe, Jupiter’s icy moon, for the first time

The Juno spacecraft captured the North Pole in Europe for the first time at a distance. NASA officials said it is their first tour of the region and future flybys will provide a clearer look. (Image credit: NASA / SwRI / MSSS / Andrea Luck)

We finally know what the North Pole on Jupiter’s moon Europe looks like from a distance.

The distant view from NASA’s Juno spacecraft orbiting Jupiter captures the previously unseen area of ​​the icy moon, which has water vapor that apparently originates from flags and which may have habitable conditions in its ocean.

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