The three decimal places here are critical
780 million km is 5571428571428.571 Linguine
NASA's Juno probe had a close encounter with the Jovian moon Europa on September 29 and this week the space agency released the highest resolution photograph ever taken of its icy crust. Europa has captured the imagination of scientists as there is theoretical consensus that the moon's frozen shell harbors a vast salty ocean …
"Europa has captured the imagination of scientists as there is theoretical consensus that the moon's frozen shell harbors a vast salty ocean beneath – one that potentially has twice as much water than Earth's oceans combined. This is despite the fact that Jupiter's moon is only 25 percent of the diameter of Earth."
A recent APOD showed the amount of water on Earth:
If Europa is 1/4 the diameter of the Earth, if it is basically a vast ball of water surrounded by ice, it could hold much more water than the Earth.
Excited to see what further imaging of Europa shows.
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Unfortunately the official IUPAC name is sulfur, so when I worked in science (before switch to IT) any references made to sulphur published content the institution produced, even articles written solely for UK consumption, would use sulfur as the internationally accepted name
"The entire surface of Europa is almost completely covered with a solid sheet of ice. It was discovered, in 2010, by the crew of the ill-fated Chinese spacecraft Tsien, who reported that there was life beneath the ice, living in a previously undiscovered sub-surface ocean." ... gosh!