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This cutaway view of Saturn’s moon Enceladus is an artist’s rendering that depicts possible hydrothermal activity that may be taking place on and under the seafloor of the moon’s subsurface ocean, based on results from NASA’s Cassini mission — Image Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech


Enceladus spewing methane — not explained by geothermal processes

Methane levels detected in the icy plumes of Saturn’s sixth-largest moon point to the possible existence of microbial life

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