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On Friday, February 2, 2018 at 2:30:49 AM UTC-5, Michael OConnor wrote:
> > > BTR1701
> > > > Ed Stasiak
> > > > 
> > > > Of Saturn's moons, only Europa is a candidate for life
> > > 
> > > What makes that even more amazing is that Europa is one of Jupiter's 
> > > moons...
> > 
> > Uhh... yeah, that too.
> 
> I remember a documentary on the Discovery Channel about 20 years ago (remember when they played
nothing but science and nature documentaries?) about Europa. They were interviewing a scientist
about an idea he had for sending an unmanned probe to Europa that would bore a hole thru the ice
that was large enough to drop a remote controlled submersible type thing into the water underneath
the ice to explore the oceans and report back what if anything is down there.

Two messages were found in the water. One read "Not Penny's Boat" and the other read "Get Out"