The human race has long been searching for another planet to call home. You know just in case we blow up Earth by accident or pollute the planet and animals to extinction.
At first, the obvious choice was Mars because of its proximity. Then Europa was considered but eventually that fell through. Now a new study in Nature shows that Enceladus, an icy moon of Saturn, likely has an active hydrothermal system, which means it’s capable of sustaining life.