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Hot water on Saturn moon could harbor life: study

This is Enceladus, just one of more than 60 moons that orbit Saturn, but scientists say it might be the first place outside Earth that hosts life in our Solar System. Latest data from NASA's Cassini space probe shows there's likely an ocean of hot ... Arirang, 1 week 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 Insider1 week ago NASA: Saturn's Tiny Moon Enceladus Has Liquid Ocean, Ingredients For Life  Inquisitr2 weeks ago There's water all around us in the universe, but that doesn't necessarily mean we're closer to finding alien life  Business Insider1 week ago Our solar system is home to a surprising number of places with liquid water and the potential for life  Austin American Statesman1 week 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 Statesman1 week ago Water, water everywhere in our solar system's moons  Christian Science Monitor2 weeks ago NASA confirms ocean on Jupiter moon, …  Yahoo! India1 week ago Solar system's largest moon has a saltwater ocean greater than all the water on Earth  IGN Africa1 week ago
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Out of this world: My Fridays in Space City

Photo: HOPD This NASA photo shows water vapor jets, emitted from the southern polar region of Saturn's moon Enceladus. Scientists have uncovered a vast ocean beneath the icy surface of the moon. I. This Friday morning Facebook tells me ...
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Saturn's Moon May Be Hiding Hot Ocean Under Icy Surface

Evidence of possible hydrothermal activity on Enceladus means the moon could be amenable to alien life. (Photo : NASA/JPL) New research suggests that Enceladus, a moon of Saturn, may be harboring a warm subsurface ocean. According to experts, ...
 Tech Times1 week ago Enceladus may have ocean with the right ingredients for life, scientists say  Los Angeles Times2 weeks ago Enceladus may have ocean with geothermal hotspots, scientists say  Los Angeles Times2 weeks ago Enceladus May Harbor an Ocean  Sci-Tech Today2 weeks ago

Cassini confirms hydrothermal activity in ocean on Saturn's moon

WASHINGTON, March 12 (UPI) -- NASA's Cassini probe has evidence of active hot-water chemistry on Saturn's moon Enceladus. It's the first confirmation of hydrothermal activity beyond planet Earth. "These findings add to the possibility that ...
 UPI2 weeks ago NASA's Cassini probe has evidence of hydrothermal activity on Saturn's moon Enceladus -- the first confirmation of hydrothermal activity beyond planet Earth.  TickerTech.com2 weeks ago

Saturnian moon may have deep-ocean vents that harbor life

In science, it's often the case that solving one mystery just raises more questions. Take Saturn's moon Enceladus. For almost a decade, scientists have been puzzled by the gossamer plumes that waft up from its surface. Data from NASA's Cassini ...
 Gizmag2 weeks ago Saturn moon may have deep-ocean vents that harbour life  Siasat Daily1 week ago Saturn Moon's Sea Gets Warm Enough for Life, Studies Say  NBCNews.com2 weeks ago
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Underground jacuzzi could give life to Saturn's moon

COLD shell, warm heart. Tiny sand grains gathered from Saturn's rings reveal that Enceladus, already famous for its impressive water jets, is hiding a warm ocean deep beneath its surface. The finding suggests this moon is the only known place ...
 New Scientist2 weeks ago Undersea jacuzzi could give life to Saturn's moon  New Scientist2 weeks ago Undersea Jacuzzi may give life to Saturn's icy moon  Armenpress2 weeks ago

Saturn's Watery Moon

Artist's impression of the interior of Enceladus. (NASA) Saturn's tiny moon Enceladus has an ocean of liquid water, the size of Lake Superior. Saturn's tiny moon Enceladus appears to have a very large ocean of liquid water, tens of kilometres ...
 CBC2 weeks ago Saturn's moon Enceladus's underground oceans contain hydrothermal activity  Capital Bay2 weeks ago Saturn's moon shows sign of life:Enceladus's underground oceans contain hydrothermal activity  Capital Bay2 weeks ago Saturn moon Enceladus has underground ocean  CBC2 weeks ago

Hot water clue to life on Saturn moon

( ) - Scientists have found that Enceladus, a small moon orbiting the giant ringed planet Saturn, is likely to possess an ocean containing hot water under its icy crust, raising the prospects that it could host life, according to research published ...
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