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The solar system's largest moon, Ganymede, is captured here alongside the planet Jupiter in this picture taken by NASA's Cassini spacecraft, December 3, 2000. Ganymede is larger than the planets Mercury and Pluto and Saturn's largest moon, Titan. Both Ganymede and Titan have greater surface area than the entire Eurasian continent on our planet. Cassini was 26.5 million kilometers (16.5 million miles) from Ganymede when this image was taken. The smallest visible features are about 160 kilometers (about 100 miles) across. (Photo courtesy of NASA/Newsmakers - Getty Images)
The solar system's largest moon, Ganymede, is captured here alongside the planet Jupiter in this picture taken by NASA's Cassini spacecraft, December 3, 2000. Ganymede is larger than the planets Mercury and Pluto and Saturn's largest moon, Titan. Both Ganymede and Titan have greater surface area than the entire Eurasian continent on our planet. Cassini was 26.5 million kilometers (16.5 million miles) from Ganymede when this image was taken. The smallest visible features are about 160 kilometers (about 100 miles) across. (Photo courtesy of NASA/Newsmakers - Getty Images)
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Friday Fun Facts: Is Life Possible on Jupiter’s Moon?

A recent news story suggests that planetary scientists believe that one of the moons orbiting Jupiter may have more water than earth and could support some life form.

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Tom's Junk Drawer (Photo by Tom Egelhoff)
Tom's Junk Drawer (Photo by Tom Egelhoff)
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It’s The Little Things In Life That Count

Each day we all achieve some little victories. It might be a big sale, a cake that tastes better than expected, or meeting that special someone.

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Voyager 1
Artist concept of the two Voyager spacecraft as they approach interstellar space. Image credit: NASA/JPL
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Farthest Space Craft From Earth: Voyager 1

The Spacecraft Voyager 1 is nearing its exit of our Solar System. Launched in 1977, this spacecraft has been on it's journey for 33 years and is just now escaping our tiny collection of planets making it the farthest any spacecraft has gone!

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