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Forgive me if I overstep my bounds, but I think the line
"So does the decision of the Galileo mission planners to crash-dive the Galileo craft onto Jupiter to prevent a crustal rupture. If the crust were that delicate, then any one of the three objects that formed those craters ought to have ruptured the crust."
This contradicts the beginning of the article, which states the real reason, which is to eliminate the possibility of biological contamination. Any objections?EricAlstrom 20:55, 1 January 2011 (EST)