By Jove


Voyager showed us back in the 70s that Jupiter's moons were far, far more interesting than expected. Ganymede, Callisto, Europa and Io. Galileo saw them, these Galilean satellites.


But Europa is special. The cue ball of the Solar System, with a smooth surface of ice. An underground ocean of liquid H2O!


Ron Miller's image shows the correct scene. The lander touches down on the ice, and Jupiter looms 24x the size of our Moon on a warm summer night.