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Get a live view into the "cleanroom" at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Southern California, where engineers are building the Europa Clipper spacecraft. NASA's Europa Clipper mission, scheduled to launch in 2024, will perform dozens of close flybys of Jupiter’s moon Europa once it arrives at the Jovian system in 2030. It will gather detailed measurements about the icy moon to investigate whether it could have conditions suitable for life.

Visit the mission website to watch the live stream and learn more about the spacecraft assembly process.

Watch live as NASA's Europa Clipper spacecraft is built and tested in the Spacecraft Assembly Facility at the agency's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California. | Watch on YouTube

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