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Under Saturnian moon’s icy crust lies a ‘global’ ocean

September 16, 2015

Ithaca NY (SPX) Sep 16, 2015 Cornell University researchers have learned that a global ocean lies beneath the moon’s thick icy crust by measuring with precision the tiny wobbles of Saturn’s moon Enceladus – whose cosmic quavers are detectable only…

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Researchers find that Enceladus, like Europa, contains a global ocean beneath its icy surface. This enhances the chance that enceladus may be the abode of life.

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