Orbiting Jupiter, there are many moons. The sixth closest moon to Jupiter, is named Europa, it was discovered by Galileo independently, and is covered in a complete sheet of very thick ice, with scrapes all over its surface from tidal tension being pulled and squeeze and twisted by neighboring moon’s gravitational attraction.
Under this sheet of ice, we expect and are almost sure, that is completely filled with water, under this sheet of ice. We have no evidence yet, but it is in NASA’s agenda to get probes out there, and find out for sure.
Can you imagine the feeling, the fear of being dropped into that water.
Pitch, true blackness… with no direction of wheres up, wheres down, and so… furiously cold. With thermal vents on the bottom releases extremely hot acidic gases into the water on its ocean’s floor. Filled with perhaps…… the most bizzarre forms of oceantic life, comparing to what we see on the very depths of our oceans here on earth, I simply cannot imagine whats down there. That is fear to me, the ocean makes me very uncomfortable and the thought of being basically stuck in one, under extreme pressures and pitch black, surrounded by monsters of its depths, millions of miles away from home.
Certainly my taste in music. And some some of my deeper feelings I guess.