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Fraser
2014-Oct-28, 07:00 PM
Ever since the Cassini space probe conducted its first flyby of Enceladus in 2005, the strange Saturnian moon has provided us with a treasure trove of images and scientific wonders. These include the jets of icy water vapor periodically bursting from its south pole, the possibility of an interior ocean – which may even harbor […]

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iquestor
2014-Oct-29, 01:13 AM
nice article. I'm wondering if the blue-green stripes could be caused by biology?