Deeper Look – Episode 24

If you didn’t watch Starwater yet… come on.

Ganymede Ocean Indicated in Aurorae:
NASA Animation:
Previous Article (in Starwater):

Ambitious? Here’s some more:

Barr, Amy C.; Pappalardo, Robert T. ‘Rise of Deep Melt Into Ganymede’s Ocean and Implications for Astrobiology.’ Lunar and Planetary Science XXXII (2001). Website:

Bland, M. T.; Showman, A.P. ‘Ganymede’s Orbital and Thermal Evolution and Its Effect on Magnetic Field Generation.’ Lunar and Planetary Science XXXVIII (2007). Website:

Carlson, R.W. ‘Atmosphere on Ganymede from Its Occultation of SAO 186800 on 7 June 1972.’ Science. 5 October 1973. Website:

Hauck, II; Dombard, Andrew J. ‘Internal Structure and Mechanisms of Core Convection on Ganymede.’ Lunar and Planetary Science XXXIII (2002). Website:

‘Hydrated Salt Minerals on Ganymede’s Surface: Evidence of an Ocean Below.’ Science AAAS. 25 May 2001. Website:

Volwerk, M. ‘Probing Ganymede’s magnetosphere with field line resonances.’ Journal of Geophysical Research Vol. 104 NO. A7. UCLA Institute of Geophysics & Planetary Physics. 1 July 1009. Website: