There is more water on Ganymede 2 than on the earth. There is oxygen in the atmosphere, but it is difficult for the spaceship to get close to it!

There’s more water on the planet than on the planet? It’s hard to get close to the ship, it’s easy to be punctured!

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As we all know, Jupiter is a gas planet. For human research, the wood shape is relatively small. It is the largest, heaviest and fastest planet among college students. However, it can be seen on it, but its current existence plays a very important role in protecting the earth. In fact, compared with Jupiter, some of its moons are more valuable for our research Some. Ganymede 2 is one of them.

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Before the discovery of Ganymede 2, we thought that the earth was the planet with the largest water capacity. There were more than 70% of the oceans, and the total water volume exceeded 1.3 billion kilometers. The earth was also known as a water ball, which was once recognized as the most abundant water resource planet in the solar system. However, with the discovery of Ganymede 2, it turned out that Ganymede 2 was the water in the solar system The most abundant planet, which was first discovered in 1610 by Galileo, is the sixth moon of Jupiter. In addition to rich water, it is also the only planet with oxygen in its atmosphere.

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As the saying goes, water is the source of life. More water is found on Ganymede 2 than on the earth, which means that the environment on Ganymede 2 is likely to provide a certain basis for breeding life. The oxygen in the atmosphere of Ganymede 2 is also formed by these water. It is not produced by photosynthesis of plants like the oxygen on earth. It is because the charged ions in the sunlight collide with some thick ice layers in Ganymede 2 and form water vapor. After the decomposition of these water vapor, oxygen atoms and hydrogen atoms, so the oxygen atoms in the atmosphere of Ganymede 2 A lot of oxygen atoms are formed in the layer.

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The earth’s surface is also very similar to the earth’s, there are thick rocks, the surface is composed of silicate. There’s more water on the planet than on the planet? It’s hard to get close to the ship, it’s easy to be punctured! In addition to these rare rocks, ice covers most of the surface of Ganymede 2, and the thickest ice can reach about 50 kilometers.

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Ganymede 2 is full of ice. After being locked by the tide, there may be a large area of liquid ocean under the thick ice. Their depth can reach more than 1000 kilometers. In 2013, NASA announced that under the environment of Ganymede 2’s clay minerals, coupled with the thick ice and water, there may be life on the target. What’s more, Ganymede 2’s life on the target There’s more water than the earth, and there’s oxygen in the atmosphere, but it’s hard for a spaceship to get close! Ganymede is also the second most likely planet to give birth to life after earth.

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In 2022, NASA may launch another probe to Europa for survey, but the surface of Europa is very uneven, with many sharp ice cones on it. These ice cones are built like a blade. If the probe wants to land on Europa, it will have to overcome the obstacles of these ice cones, and the landing of the spacecraft will be very difficult. So in the future, there are still many twists and turns to explore the planet Ganymede. There is still a long way to go. What’s your opinion about Ganymede? Do you think this large area of water will bring life to Ganymede 2?

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