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January 19 2013

Exploring Earth's Oceans May Aid Life Search on Jupiter Moon Europa

On Feb. 17, 1977, Tjeerd van Andel of Stanford University and Jack Corliss of Oregon State took a few last breaths of the South Pacific air before closing the basketball-hoop-size hatch of the research submersible, Alvin.

Their pilot, Jack Donnelly, then guided the 23-foot-long (7 meters) craft down 9,000 feet (2,740 m) toward the seafloor, away from the teamâs research vessel Knorrand mother ship, Lulu. Ninety minutes later, the trio reached the bottom.

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