Enceladus May Harbor a Warm Ocean, Life

warm ocean on Enceladus

Back in 2005, NASA’s Cassini spacecraft first revealed that Saturn’s moon, Enceladus, had active geologic activity.  It discovered an icy spray issuing out of the moon’s southern polar region as well as temperatures in that region that were higher than expected.  Currently, it is being suggested, that there also may be a 6-mile deep, 25 mile thick, ocean beneath the moon’s icy shell.

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