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Geochemical process on Saturn's moon Enceladus linked to life's origin
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Saturn's Moon Enceladus Could Be Suitable For Primitive Life

Photo credit: Illustration of possible interior of Saturn's moon Enceladus via NASA/JPL-Caltech/SSI/PSI Saturn's sixth largest moon, Enceladus, is awintry -180°C (-292 °F) and is covered in a sheet of ice 30-40 Fnews.com, 1 week ago
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Activity Of The Saturn Moon's Could Be 'Curtain Eruptions'

India May 08(IM):The Researchers stated that the eruptions on the moon of Saturn Enceladus, earlier thought to be geysers just like a jet might be the curtain-like geysers. The eruptions seemed to look like a jet because of the optical illusions ...
 Indian Mirror2 weeks ago Curtains, Not Discrete Geysers, Erupt On Enceladus  NewsR.in2 weeks ago Saturn Moon's Activity Could Be 'Curtain Eruptions'  Bio Fuel Daily2 weeks ago Saturn Moon's Activity Could Be Curtain Eruptions  Astrobiology Magazine2 weeks ago
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Cradle of alien life? Ocean on Saturn moon resembles habitable lakes on Earth

20:47 Enceladus, shown in this recent image captured by the Cassini spacecraft, one of Saturn's moons (Reuters / NASA) The newly-discovered subsurface ocean on Saturn's icy moon of Enceladus is similar in makeup to some of the life-bearing ...
 Russia Today2 weeks ago Aliens could be living in the sea on one of Saturn's largest moons, say scientists  Irish Mirror1 week ago Saturn could be 'home' to aliens: Ocean on ringed planet resembles Earth's habitable lakes  Scottish Daily Express2 weeks ago NASA Hunt for Alien Life with Global Climate Model Simulation Now  Indian Mirror1 month ago

What we think are geysers on Saturn's moon might actually be giant walls of vapor and ice

Saturn's moon Enceladus. See Also Curtains of vapor and ice miles high and hundreds of miles long might erupt from rifts on Saturn's icy, ocean-harboring moon Enceladus, researchers say. In fact, most of the seemingly discrete geysers seen on ...
 Business Insider2 weeks ago 'Jets' on Saturn Moon Enceladus May Actually Be Giant Walls of Vapor and Ice  Space.com2 weeks ago
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Salty, Alkaline Curtains are Erupting from Enceladus and That's Good

St. Clares Chemistry | Life, Scientific American http://t.co/25v8vMJiLk via @sciam 16 minutes ago Newsdesk Science Salty, Alkaline Curtains May Be Erupting from Enceladus http://t.co/X2yyhCxTcn 23 minutes ago Esoteric Savage Salty, Alkaline ...
 NewsR.in2 weeks ago

Long 'curtains' of material may be shooting off Saturn's moon Enceladus

Saturn's moon Enceladus is famous for spewing talljets of mineral-rich water several miles into the vacuum of space. But a new study suggests that those infamous jets, spotted first by the Voyager mission and later by Cassini, may have been an ...
 Los Angeles Times2 weeks ago 'Curtains' of Material May Be Shooting off Saturn's Moon Enceladus  Sci-Tech Today2 weeks ago Curtain Eruptions on Saturn's Moon?  Sci-Tech Today2 weeks ago

NASA May Plumb For Signs Of Life In Enceladus' Plume

Saturn's far-flung moon of Enceladus may offer the next best hope for finding life elsewhere in our solar system, astrobiologists now say. Two potential mission proposals to Enceladus are now under discussion for launch as early as next decade to ...
 Austin American Statesman3 weeks ago
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The surprising number of places with liquid water in our solar system

NASA/JPL-Caltech Schematic showing how liquid water from Enceladus is released into space through plumes. Most astrobiologists will agree that one of the key ingredients for life is liquid water. That's why, whenever planetary scientists ...
 Business Insider2 months ago Evidence of liquid water on Mars - expert reaction (Fuseworks)  Yahoo!Xtra1 month ago There's water all around us in the universe, but that doesn't necessarily mean we're closer to finding alien life  Business Insider2 months ago Our solar system is home to a surprising number of places with liquid water and the potential for life  Austin American Statesman2 months ago
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The unexpectedly watery moons of our Solar System may be friendlier to life than we thought

Jupiter's moon Ganymede is named after the cup-bearer of the Greek gods; Saturn's sixth-largest moon, Enceladus, is named after a giant. Both names seem extra fitting in the light of recent, and surprisingly big, news about water. In the ...
 New Statesman2 months ago Evidence for Moon-Forming Impact Found Inside Meteorites  Noodls2 weeks ago Op-ed | Water Worlds  Space News1 month ago Ganymede's Auroras Point To Ocean Below Its Icy Surface  Astrobiology Magazine2 months ago
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Ocean on Saturn Moon Enceladus May Have Potential Energy Source to Support Life

Saturn's icy moon Enceladus is looking better and better as a potential abode for alien life. Chemical reactions that free up energy that could potentially support a biosphere have occurred — and perhaps still are occurring — deep within ...
 Yahoo! Maktoob News1 week ago Alone No More? Saturn Moon Enceladus Has Potential to Support Life  Sputnik2 weeks ago
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