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Flea puts pregnant wife Melody Ehsani on his lap at Lakers game with RHCP bandmate Anthony Kiedis

Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist Flea put his pregnant second wife, Melody Ehsani, on his lap while enjoying the Lakers game courtside at Arena in Los Angeles on Sunday.At 60, the flamboyant rock star is 18 years older than the ME. designer, who announced she was expecting her first child on July 31.Melody is already stepmother to Flea's (born Michael Balzary) two daughters - Sunny Bebop, 17; and Clara, 34 - from his prior romances with ex-fiancée Frankie Rayder and ex-wife Loesha Zeviar.

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NASA releases images of Jupiter moon which 'may be harbouring extra-terrestrial'
NASA spacecraft's first images of Jupiter's frozen moon has amazed scientists.NASA's Juno spacecraft snapped four photos of Europa as it performed a flyby of the moon with the photos being released on Thursday.It was scientists best and closest look at Europa for 20 years.READ NEXT:NASA releases snaps of 'planetary defence test' asteroid smash dubbed 'bullseye'The frozen moon is believed to have an ocean flowing underneath its frozen crust which has raised the possibility of extra-terrestrial life.Calling the mission a success, scientists had also hoped to observe potential water plums from the surface of Europa, however, there were none visible in the initial search.Juno's chief scientist, Scott Bolton of Southwest Research Institute in San Antonio, said: "We have to be at the right place at just the right time".John Bordi, deputy mission manager at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, said he expected the spacecraft to travel at a speedy pace with the prove travelling at a relative velocity of almost 15mi per second.The latest observations of Europa will help the space agency plan for its Europa Clipper mission which is due to launch in 2024 and arrive at the Jovian system in 2030.To stay up to date with all the latest news, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here.Despite Juno's impressive pace, its NASA's former Galileo spacecraft that retains the Europa flyby record, passing within 218mi in 2000.Europa's ice-covered oceans is believed to be about 15 miles thick with previous research confirming the presence of water and oxygen at its surface, as well as chemicals that could provide the role of nutrients.With scientists unable to confirm how oxygen is able to travel through the frozen crust, a team created