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This illustration shows NASA’s Cassini spacecraft diving through the plume of Saturn’s moon Enceladus, in 2015. New research from the University of Washington, to be presented at the coming AbSciCon2019 conference, indicates that the moon’s subsurface ocean probably has higher than previously known concentrations of carbon dioxide and hydrogen and a more Earthlike pH level, possibly providing conditions favorable to life.NASA

Abundance of gases in Enceladus’s ocean are a potential fuel, if life is there...

Enceladus is a small ocean world covered in ice — one of more than 60 confirmed moons orbiting Saturn. It’s 25 times smaller than...
Scientists Detected Unexpected Behavior on Satrun’s Moon Titan

Scientists Detected Unexpected Behavior on Saturn’s Moon Titan

The latest survey by the terrestrial planets in our solar system. Titan is the largest moon of Saturn which has the substantial atmosphere. This atmosphere...

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