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The Europa Clipper mission will place a spacecraft in orbit around Jupiter in order to perform a detailed investigation of the giant planet's moon Europa--a world that shows strong evidence for an ocean of liquid water beneath its icy crust and which could host conditions favorable for life. The Europa Clipper mission will send a highly capable, radiation-tolerant spacecraft into orbit around Jupiter to perform repeated close flybys of Europa.


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Diana Blaney
Small Bodies - MER Deputy Project Scientist
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Mathieu Choukroun
Small Bodies - Group Supervisor
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Corey Cochrane
Planetary Interiors and Geophysics
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Ashley Davies
Planetary Geosciences
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Serina Diniega
Planetary Geosciences
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Austin Green
Planetary Interiors and Geophysics - JPL Postdoctoral Fellow
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Kevin Hand
Science Division - Deputy Project Scientist, Europa
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Camilla Harris
Planetary Interiors and Geophysics - NASA Postdoctoral Fellow
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Samuel Howell
Planetary Interiors and Geophysics
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Elodie Lesage
Planetary Interiors and Geophysics
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Robert Pappalardo
Science Division - Europa Mission Project Scientist
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Rutu Parekh
Planetary Geosciences
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Sylvain Piqueux
Planetary And Exoplanetary Atmospheres
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Marshall Styczinski
Planetary Interiors and Geophysics
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Steven Vance
Planetary Interiors and Geophysics - Group Supervisor