More Evidence Of Organics On Saturn’s Moon Emerges

Credit: Enceladus: NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute
HOUSTON—A German-led research effort has identified organic compounds—ingredients of amino acids, the building blocks of life—in data obtained by the NASA-led Cassini mission as it traversed eruptive plumes rising from the massive subsurface ocean at Saturn’s moon Enceladus. Launched from Cape...

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