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As alien hunting goes, it's important to keep the incentive to keep venturing out into space, looking for other life despite having found none so far. That's exactly what a top British space scientist, Professor Monica Grady, provided in a recent speech. She is certain there's some form of life on Jupiter's moon, Europa.

This life would not look human, but more like an "octopus," and is likely residing in the cold waters under the moon's sheets of ice.

Grady, a Professor of Planetary and Space Science and Chancellor at Liverpool Hope University, thinks there's a great likelihood of undiscovered life somewhere in our galaxy.

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Category: Science