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Ten years of Cassini
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Ten years of Cassini

08:48, Astronomy & Space/Space Exploration Figure 1: Elevated View of Enceladus' South Pole by Cassini. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute Ten years ago, the Cassini-Huygens mission entered the Saturnian System and in January 2005, ... PhysOrg.com, 3 weeks ago
Moon of Saturn Has Geyser Eruptions The Guardian Express, 2 months ago
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242 images for enceladus

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45th Binghamton Geomorphology Symposium Report

Posted by Ted Stryk 23-09-2014 12:15 CDT Topics: Enceladus , Dione , Tethys , Titan , Rhea , Earth , the Moon , Mars , Saturn's moons , Earth analogs , conference report , ...
 Planetary Society1 week ago
Examiner.com

Is There Life on Enceladus?

NASA's Cassini mission to Saturn made surprising discoveries about Enceladus, one of Saturn's 62 moons. Carolyn Porco, leader of the Cassini mission's science imaging team, describes some of the features Cassini observed on this icy moon, including ...
 PBS1 month ago Behold Enceladus: Cassini maps 101 geysers on tiny Saturn moon  Examiner.com1 month ago Saturn moon's geysers draw water from subsurface sea  Science News Online1 month ago Shadows and Plumes Across Enceladus  Space Fellowship1 month ago

It's back!: 'Mystery Island' in Titan sea makes unexpected reappearance

The mystery of an unusual feature in one of Titan 's hydrocarbon seas, dubbed the mystery island, has taken an interesting turn. After apparently disappearing following its initial discovery in 2013, it has now reappeared and has changed in ...
 Examiner.com8 hours ago

What's That Thing on Saturn's Biggest Moon?

It's not the first time a formation has appeared, seemingly out of nowhere, on a world beyond Earth. Usually, it's Mars: this year alone the Mars Reconnaissance Observer spotted a brand-new crater that wasn't there last time NASA looked, while the ...
 Time16 hours ago

Much of Earth's Water Is Older Than the Sun

Planets form in the presence of abundant interstellar water inherited as ices from the parent molecular cloud. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/R. Hurt (SSC-Caltech)/ESO/J. Emerson/VISTA/Cambridge Astronomical Survey Unit. Much of the water on Earth and ...
 Disinformation1 day ago
Science Daily

Where Will We Find Extraterrestrial Life First?

Here's an interesting question: Where will we find life outside Earth first? In our solar system, on worlds like Europa, Enceladus, Titan, or Mars; signs of it from an exoplanet; or possibly even signals from intelligent civilizations? Science ...
 Slate Magazine1 day ago Following the Radio Waves May Lead to the Discovery of Hidden Exomoons [Watch Video]  International Business Times Australia1 month ago JPL Summer Intern Works on the Emergence of Life  SpaceRef1 month ago Follow the radio waves to find hidden exomoons  Science Daily1 month ago
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Earth 2.0: 'Methane discovery' to give alien-seekers heart

One day in May 1950, the physicist Enrico Fermi and his colleagues were chatting about flying saucers and aliens as they went for lunch at the Los Alamos lab. There had been a rash of so-called 'sightings', and a cartoon in The New Yorker showed ...
 Economic Times2 days ago Searching for Earth 2.0  Times of India3 days ago

Earth's water is pretty old. Does that make alien life more likely?

Scientists have determined that Earth's water could not have formed after the birth of our solar system, and instead was inherited as ice from interstellar space. Planets form in the presence of abundant interstellar water inherited as ices from the ...
 Christian Science Monitor4 days ago

Much of Earth's water is older than the sun

Much of the water on Earth and elsewhere in the solar system likely predates the birth of the sun, a new study reports. The finding suggests that water is commonly incorporated into newly forming planets throughout the Milky Way galaxy and beyond, ...
 Mother Nature Network4 days ago
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