NASA to Announce Evidence of ‘Surprising Activity’ on Jupiter’s Biggest Moon

Photo: NASA/JPL-Caltech/SETI Institute

NASA has announced a mysterious conference call for next Monday to reveal “evidence of surprising activity” on Jupiter’s fourth-largest moon, Europa. The findings were made thanks to images captured with the Hubble Space Telescope and “may be related to the presence of a subsurface ocean on Europa,” a statement from NASA says.

Europa is believed to be one of the best bets for alien life in our solar system because of its subterranean ocean that may have a similar chemical composition as those on Earth. But before you get all excited that NASA is about to announce the discovery of aliens, that agency’s Twitter account says this:

Of course, NASA could be lying. 

NASA: ‘Surprising Activity’ on Jupiter’s Biggest Moon