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Europa is part of the name of : This article is 150 kilobytes or more in size. ... Europa and Zeus, on the Greek €2 coin A commemorative Italian euro coin depicts Europa holding a pen over the text of the Constitution of Europe. ... Atmospheric characteristics Atmospheric pressure 1 µPa Oxygen 100% Europa (ew-roe-pÉ™, IPA:  ; Greek Ευρώπη) is a moon of the planet Jupiter. ... Jupiters 4 Galilean moons, in a composite image comparing their sizes and the size of Jupiter (Great Red Spot visible). ... Location of the Scattered islands in the Indian Ocean: • 1 : Bassas da India • 2 : Europa Island • 3 : Glorioso Islands • 4 : Juan de Nova • 5 : Tromelin (KM : Comoros, MG : Madagascar, MU : Mauritius, MZ : Mozambique, RE : Réunion, YT : Mayotte) Europa Island (French: ÃŽle Europa) is a 28 km² low-lying tropical... The Scattered Islands in the Indian Ocean (in French ÃŽles éparses de locéan indien) are five islands of the Indian Ocean with no permanent population, Bassas da India, Europa, Juan de Nova, Glorioso, and Tromelin. ... Europa is a barque from the Netherlands that sails around the world. ... Europa (trademarked EUROPA), the official web portal of the European Union, is designed to improve the public’s interaction with the EU institutions by quickly directing website visitors to the services or information they are seeking. ... A Web portal is a site on the World Wide Web that typically provides personalized capabilities to its visitors, providing a pathway to other content. ... The Europa rocket was an early expendable launch system of the European Launcher Development Organisation (ELDO), which was the precursor to the European Space Agency and its Ariane family of launchers. ... A postcard of SS United States. ... Europa is a stream-of-consciousness novel by Tim Parks, first published in 1997. ... Zentropa also known as Europa is the title of Lars von Triers third theatrical feature film, released in 1991. ... If this is not what you are looking for see Europa Europa is Covenants third full length album. ... Europa is a record label, which belongs to the international records company, Quickborn, which, among other things, made very successful Radio Plays for children and young people. ... Europa was a New Zealand owned oil company that operated in New Zealand until 1989 when it was sold to BP. Categories: | ... BP plc (LSE: BP, NYSE: BP, TYO: 5051 ), originally British Petroleum, is a British energy company / multinational oil company (oil major) with headquarters in London which is amongst the largest private sector energy corporations in the world, and one of the six supermajors (vertically integrated private sector oil exploration, natural... Europa is a series of board wargames planned to cover combat over the entire European Theater of World War II at a scale that represents units as divisions and game turns that represent two weeks of time. ... The Europa Hotel is a four star hotel in Belfast, Northern Ireland. ... WGS-84 (GPS) Coordinates: 54. ... Motto:  (Latin for Who will separate us?)[1] Anthem: UK: God Save the Queen Regional: (de facto) Londonderry Air Capital Belfast Largest city Belfast Official language(s) English (de facto), Ulster Scots, Irish3, Northern Ireland Sign Language, Irish Sign Language Government Constitutional monarchy  - Queen Queen Elizabeth II  - Prime Minister of...

52 Europa, diameter 289 km, was discovered on February 4, 1858 by H. Goldschmidt. ... Carlos Augusto Alves Santana (born July 20, 1947), known simply as Carlos Santana or Santana, is a Grammy Award-winning Mexican-born American Latin rock musician and guitarist. ... Track listing Dance Sister Dance (Baila Mi Hermania) - (Chancler, Coster, Rubinson) Take Me With You - (Chancler, Coster) Let Me - (Santana, Coster) Gitano - (Peraza) Tell Me Are You Tired - (Chancler, Coster) Europa (Earths Cry Heavens Smile) - (Santana, Coster) Let It Shine - (Brown, Gardner) Categories: | ... Europa Aircraft produce low-wing two-place composite monoplanes in the VLA (very light aircraft) category, in the form of kits. ... Europa Europa (original title Hitlerjunge Salomon) is a 1990 German motion picture by Agnieszka Holland based on the 1989 autobiography by Solomon Perel, a Jew who pretended not to be one during the Nazi era. ... Europa Universalis is a grand strategy computer game released in 2000 by Paradox Entertainment and is distributed in North America by Strategy First. ... Usenet (USEr NETwork) is a global, distributed Internet discussion system that evolved from a general purpose UUCP network of the same name. ... A newsgroup is a repository usually within the Usenet system, for messages posted from many users at different locations. ... Lotus Europa (S2 Federal) The Lotus Europa, built by Lotus Cars from 1966 to 1975, was among the first production road cars to feature a mid-engine rear wheel drive design. ... Silja Europa arriving to Mariehamn in 2005. ... Thomas Dolby (born Thomas Morgan Robertson, on 14 October 1958) is an English musician best known for his 1982 synth pop hit She Blinded Me With Science. He is also a successful session musician, music producer, inventor and entrepreneur, whose company Beatnik, Inc. ... The Golden Age of Wireless is a 1982 album by Synthpop pioneer Thomas Dolby. ...

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Europa (moon) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (1554 words)
Although the name "Europa" was suggested by Simon Marius soon after its discovery, this name and the names of the other Galilean satellites fell out of favor for a considerable time, and was not revived in common use until the mid-20th century.
Europa is somewhat similar in bulk composition to the terrestrial planets, being primarily composed of silicate rock.
The temperature on the surface of Europa is 110 K at the equator and only 50 K at the poles, however, so the surface water ice is as hard as rock.
Europa (mythology) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (694 words)
Europa (Greek Ευρώπη) was a Levantine woman in Greek mythology, from whom the name of the continent Europe was ultimately taken.
The mythical Europa cannot be separated from the mythology of the sacred bull, which had been worshipped in the Levant.
His picturesque details belong to anecdote and fable: in all the depictions, whether she straddles the bull, as in archaic vase-paintings or the ruined metope fragment from Sikyon, or sits gracefully sidesaddle in a mosaic from North Africa, there is no trace of fear.
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