Enceladus Beams For Cassini’s Deep Dive

Credit: NASA
HOUSTON — NASA released its first images of the geyser-like spray emerging from the south pole of Saturn’s ice- and ocean-covered moon Enceladus on Oct. 30, two days after the Cassini mission spacecraft dashed through the spray at an altitude of just 30 mi. above the surface to gather data. More...

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