Europa, Jupiter’s intriguing moon, has drawn astronomers’ interest for ages. From its discovery in 1610 until the Voyager missions in the late 1970s, tantalizing clues pointed to a possible hidden planet under its frozen surface. Decades of research and study resulted in the recent remarkable 10 hour observation of Europa by the James Webb Space Telescope. What secrets did this lengthy investigation reveal? Could it reveal the potential of life beyond our planet? What could this sign be?