Saturn’s Moon Enceladus: Land of Hot Springs

Credit: Cassini
HOUSTON – Saturn’s icy moon Enceladus hosts a deep ocean of moderate alkalinity that interacts with a hot rocky core, producing hydrothermal conditions similar to those that may have spawned the first living organisms on early Earth, according to a March 11 study based on observations from NASA’s...

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