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Saturn's Icy Moon Enceladus, a Possible Home for Life, Shines in Photo


While Enceladus may present itself akin to many of its sister moons, under the foreboding outer shell, this moon may house the exact conditions life needs to thrive. (Space.com) More More

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NASA image reveals mysterious jets of Enceladus - Gears Of Biz


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NASA image reveals mysterious jets of Enceladus
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'What is intriguing about the data at Enceladus, with the hydrogen detection, is that we are now able to determine how much energy would be available from the methanogenesis reaction at Enceladus,' said Chris Glein, Cassini INMS team associate at SwRI ...

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Posted on 7 August 2017 | 3:07 am | Google News

Stunning Cassini image shows off the mysterious jets from the underground ocean of Enceladus that is our 'best hope ... - Daily Mail


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Stunning Cassini image shows off the mysterious jets from the underground ocean of Enceladus that is our 'best hope ...
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In the new image, the intriguing south-polar jets are viewed from afar, backlit by sunlight while the moon itself glows softly in reflected Saturn-shine. Scroll down for .... 'We think that, in order to drive such a large reorientation of the moon, it ...

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Posted on 17 July 2017 | 11:30 am | Google News

Incredible video reveals views from Nasa's Cassini spacecraft during its first dive into Saturn's rings - Daily Mail


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Incredible video reveals views from Nasa's Cassini spacecraft during its first dive into Saturn's rings
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Posted on 4 May 2017 | 3:22 am | Google News

'We did it!': Cassini spacecraft beams back closest ever images of Saturn as it begins its 'death dive' into the gas ... - Daily Mail


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'We did it!': Cassini spacecraft beams back closest ever images of Saturn as it begins its 'death dive' into the gas ...
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Posted on 27 April 2017 | 6:19 am | Google News

As Cassini Makes 1st 'Grand Finale' Dive, More Saturn Mysteries Remain - Space.com


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As Cassini Makes 1st 'Grand Finale' Dive, More Saturn Mysteries Remain
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Posted on 26 April 2017 | 6:21 am | Google News

Pale white dot: Cassini spacecraft captures Earth and Moon twinkling through Saturn's rings - Telegraph.co.uk


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Pale white dot: Cassini spacecraft captures Earth and Moon twinkling through Saturn's rings
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