Enigmatic plumes from Saturn’s moon caused by cosmic collision
The misfit moon that spurts liquid into space NASA/JPL-CaltechBy Leah CraneEnceladus’ south pole is wounded, bleeding heat and water. Its injury may have come from a huge rock smashing into this frigid moon of Saturn less than 100 million years ago, leaving the area riddled with leaky cracks. The region near Enceladus’ south pole marks one of the solar...
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