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Hubble Finds First Evidence of Water Vapor at Jupiter’s Moon Ganymede

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For the first time, astronomers have uncovered evidence of water vapor in the atmosphere of Jupiter’s moon Ganymede. This water vapor forms when ice from the moon’s surface sublimates — that is, turns from solid to gas.

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