NASA scientists have been designed with the nuclear "tunnel block", landed with Jupiter's moon and drilled through the ice layer to look for alien life.
Experts believe that Europe, one of the giant moons on the gas planet, could have microbial lifestyles rich in ground water.
But the thickness of the ice cover, with a surface area of 18.6 miles, is the main problem for researchers.
However, the Glenn Research COMPASS team of the NASB boffins a concept analysis of their nuke-powered "tunelbot" frozen surface melts, reports Phys.org.
Andrew Dombard and his wife D & # 39; Arcy Meyer-Dombard, associate professor at the University of Illinois, presented this week's solution to the Geophysical Union of the United States of America.
Andrew said: "Calculating the thickness of the ice layer between 2 and 30 kilometers (1,2 to 18.6 kilometers), and one of the major barriers to overcome all areas, to reach areas that can be replaced by biosignors in Life in Europe.
"We do not have to worry about how to make or extend our European tunnel.
"We guessed it was where we could get there and when we got off to the ocean we started."
Your device will have instruments and tools that are capable of looking for life and life signs that are extinct in the moon's waters.
Two votes have been designed to create bots.
The first one would be through a nuclear reactor, because another would use Heat Exchanges: a radioactive source of heat.
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The heat of these sources would be used to melt the thick ice layer.
Bot would use "repeater" and fiber optic cables to communicate with Earthar.
Together with Dombards, the COMPASS team had other leading scientists and engineers, Kathleen Craft of Johns Hopkins University, NASA Steven Oleson and J. Michael Newman.
The space agency regularly incorporates conceptual studies into concepts for the development and testing of new technologies.
There is no confirmation that the tunnel will get the NASA green space.
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