The European Space Agency’s spacecraft would set out to discover if there was life on Jupiter’s three moons. However, it was announced that the mission was postponed.
Jupiter, which is the fifth largest planet in the Solar system in terms of its distance from the Sun, consists largely of hydrogen and helium gases. Scientists continue to study this planet closely.
The European Space Agency’s (ESA) spacecraft was due to launch on April 13 to discover whether there is life on Jupiter’s three moons.
The European Space Agency announced that there will be no launch due to the ‘lightning hazard’ experienced during the countdown to the launch. A new launch date has not yet been determined.