HOUSTON—During a 1997 close flyby of Europa, the ice- and ocean-covered moon of Jupiter, NASA’s long-concluded Galileo spacecraft appears to have flown through an eruptive watery plume more than 600 mi. (1,000 km) long, according to a new study that adds to evidence of an internal heat source and potential ...

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