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Figure 1
False-colour image of the surface of Europa taken by the Galileo spacecraft. Red–brown areas are non-ice material resulting from surface geological activity. Icy plains are shown in blue tones. Also visible are (A) long, dark parallel lines comprising ridges and fractures in the crust, (B) chaos terrain, (C) domes, and (D) impact craters. Courtesy of NASA/JPL/UArizona.

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