Life as We Know it Exists in Saturn's Moon Enceladus Most Probably, NASA

March 15, 2015 9:10 PM

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Life as We Know it Exists in Saturn's Moon Enceladus Most Probably, NASA

Where there is water, there is life, much more when it’s warm. The discovery of an ocean underneath Enceladus may just be the shot in the arm that NASA needs to keep looking for more habitable places in the solar system. Maybe we don’t need to explore outside of our own domain after all. The news is welcomed with great anticipation by planet Earth.

Enceladus, the sixth-largest moon of Saturn, discovered to have warm water enough for life. In 2004, Cassini, the biggest spacecraft to date by NASA , arrived in the orbit around Saturn. Since then, it’s sent back oodles of information about the planet and some of its attendant moons. As we all know...

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