Cassini

Robots could help search for Life on Saturn’ s icy Moon Eceladus

3 Aug , 2016 Uncategorized

As NASA’ s Orbiter Cassini flew through Enceladus’s plumes a handful of times in the past 11 years, its instruments were flooded with hydrogen molecules, which are a possible smoking gun for hydrothermal vents in the oceans. If confirmed, those vents would have major implications for life beneath the ice. But it’s unclear whether the […]

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