Enceladus, which is one of the 53 named moons Saturn has, might be home to a warm subsurface ocean. This has been revealed by a new NASA study. The said study has been conducted together by researchers at the University of Colorado Boulder and scientists from the space agency’s Cassini mission.
According to Sean Hsu, the leader of the researcher team at UCB, this finding indicates that Enceladus might be inhabitable. Hsu is the head of the university’s Laboratory of Atmospheric and Space Physics.