Europa is the smallest of Jupiter’s Galilean Moons… and it could be a second Earth for the human race in the future! In this video, Unveiled travels halfway across …




  1. Colin O'Connor Reply

    Why would you choose Europa I think Ganymede or Callisto would be better protection

  2. Johnny NiteTrain Reply

    1:30 damn if that thing jumped in front of me while exploring one these moons, I’d shit myself.

  3. There's one problem we have, keeping the buildings we build in perfect condition.

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  5. Huma Onyango Reply

    We can't even live on the North Pole or South Pole. And those are on Earth! 😂😂😂

  6. tentimesful Reply

    humans can live on any space adventure, they just need to export water and what humans need.,., Humans have to setup large fleets of rockets to colonize…

  7. Why would we need to live under water? If there's 10 to 15 miles of ice, why not live a mile or two down, in ice caves, sealed with a suitable atmosphere.

  8. Suthin Scientist Reply

    A better colonization target would be Ganymede, it has a magnetic field

  9. I think that if we find out that there is not life under the ice that we should take some extremophiles and sub plant them under the eyes that way if there is really cold water and it's conducive to the conditions of any life forms on our planet we put them there and if there are black smokers under the air we could plant some organisms around those as well and then see what happens why not play God once in a while I bet you it would feel good

  10. So if we went to Europa and there is no Life, is it possible to seed it with life from our planet? For example there are creatures that live in similar conditions like Tube Worms and different types of extreme bacteria that make energy without the sun. Would they be able to survive and evolve into different species over time in Europa’s Oceans?

  11. The more space videos I watch the more I'm like aw man I'm definitely never visiting another planet lol

  12. Why would bacterial and microbial life in liquid water not evolve into some kind of more complex life after all this time? It seems short sighted to assume that if there is any life there it would only be this.

    Europa > Mars

  13. I am curious what the water pressure equivalent would be 15 below the ice?

  14. Stefano Portoghesi Reply

    Europa isn't fit for humans living there for any significant length of time but cyborgs and androids could live there on permanent basis and who knows they could even evolve into an entirely new intelligent species !

  15. Bucket with a face on it Reply

    Our creator intends us to utilise the entire solar system and beyond in any way we can. All in good time though.

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