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NASA has recently announced US$600,000 (£495,000) in funding for a study to the feasibility of sending swarms of miniature swimming robots (known as independent microswimmers) to explore oceans beneath the icy shells of our solar system’s many “ocean worlds.” But don’t imagine metallic humanoids swimming frog-like underwater. They will probably be simple, triangular wedges.

Pluto is an example of a probable ocean world. But the worlds with oceans closest to the surface, making them the most accessible, are Europea moon of Jupiter, and Enceladusa moon of Saturn.

Impression of the cross-section of Europe.