Are usually one-way trips, and that's certainly true of NASA's upcoming Europa Clipper mission,
Which, After Investigating
The potential habitability of the icy Jovian moon, will end in an intentional crash.
But Rather Than Plunging
Into Jupiter as had previously been planned, the spacecraft may now crash into Ganymede or Callisto
Europa Clipper Mission Scientist
"The disposal target had been Jupiter, but it saves propellant, it's more efficient, if we go into either Ganymede or Callisto"
Will not be the first spacecraft in the Jupiter system to be intentionally destroyed at mission's end.
Spacecraft was directed to plunge into Jupiter due to the risk of it crashing into Europa,
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