Europa will NOT be habitable: Climate model reveals that icy worlds swing from extreme hot to cold without a 'goldilocks' period when life can thrive

The icy worlds of Europa and Enceladus could never be habitable - because they suffer from either extreme hot or cold, according to a new study.
Nasa has previously claimed the mysterious moons of Jupiter and Saturn could one day be home to humans.
But a new study suggests that the moons swing from an 'icehouse' to 'hothouse' without a 'goldilocks' period when conditions are just right for life to thrive.
The findings could have important implications for the search for alien life as they are believed to be the likeliest places in the solar system to find it. 
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31 July 2017 in Science &Technology, Views: 38
Source: Daily Mail

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