Icy moons of 2 planets may host habitable environments
NASA’s Cassini spacecraft has detected hydrogen in plumes of icy material spewing from a sub-surface sea on Saturn’s moon Enceladus, a source of chemical energy and the latest indicator that the unseen ocean could be a habitable abode for microbial life, scientists said Thursday.“The hydrogen is coming from a hydrothermal vent on the sea floor of Enceladus,...
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