Cassini Survey Points To Enceladus Subsurface Sea As Geyser Origin

HOUSTON — Cassini, the long-running, NASA-led mission to Saturn, has detected 101 distinct geysers erupting from the south pole of Saturn’s moon Enceladus, pointing to the presence of an underground sea with open passageways to the surface. Eruptions of icy particles and vapor were first detected by...

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