Europa Voyager photograph of Europa one of the Galilean moons of Jupiter taken on July It is thought that the crust of the moon is water ice about kilometres thick surrounding a rocky interior The surface of Europa is featureless except for the striking curvilinear markings which are clearly seen in this image The individual dark bands are to km in width stretch for thousands of kilometres across the face of the moon but have elevations of only a few hundred metres The smooth surface may indicate an almost slushlike mantle below the crust which fills impact craters and freezes maintaining the smooth appearance
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