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Enceladus has the ingredients to support life, suggest Nasa findings on oceans in the Solar System

NASA: Saturn moon Enceladus is able to host life - time for ne...

Cassini discovered Enceladus is venting water into space, in form of plumes of ice crystals escaping Business Standard, 1 month ago
Saturn moon Enceladus could sustain alien life: NASA Business Standard, 1 month ago

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Life on Saturn's moons Titan, Enceladus: NASA's next solar system mission

NASA says it is reviewing 12 proposals for future unmanned solar system mission
 Business Standard2 weeks ago What will be NASA's next big solar system mission?  Prokerala2 weeks ago

There may be alien life on Saturn’s icy moon Enceladus, says NASA scientists

The US space agency NASA has made a big revelation on its new discoveries on ocean worlds in our solar system on Thursday. NASA has confirmed the possibility of life inhabiting Enceladus, the watery moon of Saturn. Enceladus is covered by oceans of liquid ...
 Zee News1 month ago

Hydrogen in Saturn moon's ice plumes may support microbial life

Ice plumes shooting into space from Saturn's ocean-bearing moon Enceladus contain hydrogen from hydrothermal vents, an environment that some scientists believe led to the rise of life on Earth, research published on Thursday showed.
 DNA1 month ago

Saturn's moon has water closer to surface than thought, says NASA

Saturn's icy moon Enceladus has an underground ocean of liquid water that may be only a few kilometers beneath the surface - much closer than thought - according to NASA scientists who found that the south polar region of the moon is warmer than expected.
 DNA2 months ago

New study suggests that the hidden sea may be closer to surface on Saturn’s moon Enceladus

Saturn moon Enceladus's hidden sea might be closer to the surface than previously thought, suggests a new study that found the south polar region of the moon to be warmer than expected just a few feet below its icy surface. The post New study suggests that ...
 Tech22 months ago Saturn's moon Enceladus may have water closer to surface  Prokerala2 months ago

The dichotomy between northern and southern regions of Saturn's moon Enceladus – See pic

To the north, we see copious amounts of craters and evidence of the many impacts the moon has suffered in its history. However, to the south we see a smoother body with wrinkles due to geologic activity, said NASA.
 Zee News2 months ago
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How radioactive decay could support extraterrestrial life

In the icy bodies around our solar system, radiation emitted from rocky cores could break up water molecules and support hydrogen-eating microbes. To address this cosmic possibility, a team modeled a natural water-cracking process called radiolysis. They then ...
 Science Daily2 hours ago

There may be alien life in solar system: NASA

In a first confirmation of its kind, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has confirmed the possibility of life inhabiting Enceladus, the watery moon of Saturn.A moon of Jupiter, Enceladus is a "water world," covered by oceans of liquid ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
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